Casa La Gran Familia
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... won't accept their Australian dollars. They're here for 4 days and can only spend money in their hotel. They didn't know how they were going to get the $90 C.U.C. to pay the exit tax. Of course, I exchanged some money with them and will hold onto the Australian dollars for another trip. After lunch, we went walking rough a huge cave and got into boats for a cruise to the other side. This was a very long day and far too touristy for our tastes, but at least we saw ...
Midday on our way to Viņales, we stopped in the shade on a bridge over a flowing river to have some chocolate cookies and an orange. A small woman crossed the road to meet us and to offer us a coffee at her house. I declined, but we made small talk. Her grandson rode his bike over and leaned it on the bridge. She told us his bike is from China, cost $110 CUC but is no good; she asked us if our bikes were cheap in Canada. I said they cost us $300 second hand, leaving out the fact ...
... times we said "No gracias señor": A ridiculous amount - # of times the above mentioned señor continued to offer other items for which we had yet to say "No gracias señor" (I.e. Weed, cigars, Fidel hats): Just a few less than above - different types of Havana club sampled: 4 Blanco anejo - the stock standard. $5.20 for 1L. Yeaaachk! Burns all the way down the throat! 3yo - much improved. About $2.80 for 375ml Anejo reserva - even better. $2.95 for 375ml. We had more than ...
... seemed a bit odd, especially the colors, and out of place amongst such a beautiful countryside. I later learned that in 1961 Fidel Castro commissioned this work.
There’s a restaurant located here that serves delicious roast pork, moros (rice and black beans cooked together), and the best baked boniatos any of us had ever had. It was a fitting way to end the day, before heading back to ...
... Pure sugar... Too sweet for me.
CASA DE LA CULTURA. Cuba is ver popular for its music, especially SON, which was around way before Salsa! Most towns have a "house of music" where people go to dance to live bands and they have live dancers too! THIS WAS SO MUCH FUN! Valle Son Band consisted of a guitar, sax, drums, base, clarinet, and a singer of course! The locals really know how to dance and I did not mind having a free lesson ...
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed