Casa de Mery y Tania

Address: Anacaona #107 e Aguilera y Taino, Santiago de Cuba, 90600, Cuba | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Anacaona #107 e Aguilera y Taino, Santiago de Cuba.
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    New Year's Eve in Santiago de Cuba

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jan 01, 2015

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    ... our only options to get to Camagüey were walking, taxi or hitch-hiking. Feeling adventurous we opted for hitch hiking but after waiting with a lot of locals at the main highway exit we realised we were competing with 40 locals doing the same and were out of our league so found a cheap ride in the slowest car in the world, admittedly it was a 1950's monster but never the less it made a not so long trip into one which felt forever. Lucky ...

    It's a long way to Santiago

    A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Feb 18, 2014

    ... Cuba. It's really interesting to hear from all the locals how their finding the changes in the country in the past few years with Raul Castro taking over from Fidel. They all seem to have a drive to travel, and see the world, but with the minuscule wages that the vast majority of them make we can't imagine it ever being a possibility. There would need to be a massive overhaul of the whole country to bring it up to speed. We're not sure how the ordinary people of Cuba would cope ...

    25th nov to 28th nov - Bleeeh Santiago

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Nov 25, 2013

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    ... is everywhere in cuba, the airport is named after him in habana. Had a good night out with some other travellers staying in the same casa, and visited a castle with a pirate museum. This was pretty awesome actually, its a castle that was intended to protect the port of santiago from the likes of henry morgan, but they never finished it in time, he actually took it over at one point for a period. It got restored in the 70s for tourism. As I wondered round I couldnt ...

    Santiago de Cuba, May 27-28

    A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli on May 27, 2013

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    ... interessantes zum Bau oder Gräbern von berühmten Personen erfahren habe.
    Unfortunately Sonja vomited 5 times the other morning. So I left the casa alone with Roger. Once again we had to stop at two places for Roger to look at tiles for this renovation at home. Unfortunately it says nothing about these stops in our tour programme, but who else has the chance to see the Cuban mini version of Hornbach? Later we visited the beautiful cemetery in Santiago. I had a local guide ...

    Festival de Caribe

    A travel blog entry by juniorandange on Jul 06, 2012

    ... it was awesome so much better with no fat and not as greasy. After we walked to the main plaza where they had performances where heaps of people were watching and dancing. We thought we should look around more so we followed some music and found this great band playing music on the Carnival Museum balcony. We danced around and tried to sing for a few hours which ended up being great fun.

    We headed back to the plaza and got chatting with ...

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