Hostal Rancho Florida

Address: Real No, 78 Playa La Boca, Trinidad, Cuba | B&B
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This B&B is located on Real No, 78 Playa La Boca, Trinidad.
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      Travel Blogs from Trinidad

      Walking Sunday.

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 16, 2014

      Observed having another very nice fruit and omelet breakfast by sparrows and lizards. Morning coffee happened on the terraced stepped plaza next to the church. There were a number of birds there and we caught a glimps of the very small humming bird. We decided to walk up to the ruin of Ermita de la Popa which we had seen from the bell tower terrace the night before. On the way up there were a number of people selling their wares, including an ...

      Exploring Colonial Trinidad

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 15, 2014

      ... like a piece of tropical forest.
      We took off for the money exchange, which took a bit of time to find, and for the first time the official there tried to shortchange us. The plaza showed that it is the anniversary of Trinidad, 500 years - 1514 to 2014. We stopped at a very posh colonial coffee shop, we were so intrigued by it that we managed to leave a bag behind. Fortunately the waiter kept it safe for ...

      Ron y Cervezas en Cuba

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Oct 30, 2014

      62 photos

      ... to think I hated the trip after that little scare as I was loving it! I guess I learnt the hard way to pull the reins to stop! It sounds ridiculous as I was obviously slowing the horse down by gently pulling the reigns previously but when everything is blurred all I could think was squeeze with my thighs as I had images of the horse rearing up if I pulled hard. Overall, Cuba had a unique feel which made you feel safe even at night which was a little surprising for a relatively ...


      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 21, 2014

      54 photos

      ... people are not caught in the rat race of rushing. These people didn't have much, but they had this! Many had turned their homes into little shops using their front window to sell local handy crafts, food, drinks and knick knacks. We were starving so we found a cute little corner place to eat called snack bar. The menu had nothing we recognised on it and being hung over decided to opt for something we knew. So we ordered spaghetti bolognese. After waiting for what felt a like ...

      Old World Spain

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Feb 08, 2014

      2 comments, 91 photos

      ... who owned significant sugar cane plantations and sugar mills in the area. Given the modern worlds current use of disposable architecture it's easy to appreciate the elaborate detail and craftsmanship that went into building towns that have survived and thrived for hundreds of years. You can almost see Diego Velazques (founder of Trinidad) sitting down at a local cafe with Chris Columbus (Euro discoverer of Cuba) while munching on some tapas, and discussing who ...