Casa Jorge Mendez Perez
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Jorge Mendez Perez Trinidad
the Sheets and the pillow smelled like they never been washed since last 100 yrs. period.
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... find accommodation when you arrive. Finding accommodation would be easy though as there are many many places with the blue sign up indicating a place to stay.
The trip to Trinidad was a bit over 4 hours – 6 in the bus apparently- for a distance of about 250km. The roads are good and for most of the way it was a 6 lane highway – 3 each way – and very little traffic. The share taxi dropped me at my ...
... the back streets of Trinidad and visiting the Museo Romántico. Palacio Brunet, which houses the Museo Romántico, provided much welcomed respite from the heat of the afternoon sun. Set on Plaza Mayor this colonial house with neoclassical interiors has an open courtyard; which meant that the rooms were light, airy and above all cool.
Although the house was built by José Mariano Borrell y Padrón in 1812 it is ...
... the right turn.
Already yesterday we heard the guy a lot of time yelling ‘hot pizza’ so Gine finally convinced Paul that pizza is a wonderful supper. And so we came right from the beach and ordered our pizza – and then had some yummy tomato-cheese-onion pizza right on the beach… perfect to watch the sun go down. When watching ...
... an excuse for locals to come and party non stop for 3 days. However the good thing is that it is not really touristy, perfect to experience local style party, for locals, with locals. Well, for the occasion, drinks and food are even cheaper than usual (yeah yeah, apparently possible). People get hammered all day long drinking cheap rhum and beer, filling big water bottle from beer tanks that look more like something for agriculture use (cf ...
... are represented-the greens of the palm forest punctuated by the reds, purples, pinks, yellows and whites of the blossoms of bougainvillea, monkey tree, hibiscus, cardinal flower, kapok tree and orchids among others.
Happy Birthday Trinidad. The city, Cuba's second oldest (Havana is older by two years) celebrates its 500th birthday this year. Named a World Heritage sight, the city today looks much like it did in the ...