Casa Colonial Carmen Vernier Rodriguez

Marti no 98, Baracoa, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Baracoa

Feliz Navidad: Langosta y Chocolate

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... said he asked them if he should say the monkeys were communists and after that swiftly resigned. He enjoyed teaching, but has now found a job where he is more free and still uses his language skills, but as a tour guide. We had lunch by the sea at a lovely little restaurant, enjoying the sea breeze. That night we all had dinner in our own casas and my roomie, Marie, and I enjoyed an amazing lobster supper, which was even better than my Christmas meal the night before. The ...

22nd to 24th november - Sancti Spiritus

A travel blog entry by stuwelly


... me a picture of Craig Leubben on one of his routes in Viņales, called Mr Mogote, craig earned this nickname from the locals after several sessions putting up this route hacking and chopping on the limestone casts. I spend the rest of the day relaxing in the most plush casa yet, more an apartment, sorting photos and writing the blog, and reading the magazines mikael had left with me. That night another friend of mikaels calls for me, hector...hes already a few beers ...

Excursion to the Yumuri River

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra


... hassled in the street. They always get someone approaching them - being blond and young isn't always an advantage! We have decided to stay in town so James can go to the colonial restaurant for dinner - Santa Barbara lobster on Ed's recommendation - and also have a bit of a rest. Antibiotics not as good as previous ones so taking a while to kick in. Have just waved our new family off on their adventure and I am enjoying the 7 year old Ron with some crackers before we venture ...

Don’t waste your time going here

A travel blog entry by steffen102


... said: Nothing much! After one hour we had visited all the places listed in the Lonely Planet, except for the small museums which we were not interested in. The top attraction in this decent sized town (yes it has 100.000 inhabitants) was the Puente Yayabo, a bridge across the dirty and stinky Yayabo River, which had been built by the Spanish colonists in 1815 and is now a national monument. Wow! Since the next bus to Santa Clara only left at 3 pm in ...

Columbus landed here in 1492

A travel blog entry by c.i.222


... of chocolate in Cuba, and they also produce coconut and banana.

Alexander's friend, Popee met us at the bus station with a taxi, and took us to our casa particular.
Popee was Director of Tourism in Baracoa, but lost her job about six months ago.

Our casa particular was located only a few blocks from the center of town, so it was easy for us ...


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