Casa Lancara

Avellaneda no 160 / Ignacio Agramonte & Jaime, Camaguey, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avellaneda no 160 / Ignacio Agramonte & Jaime, Camaguey.
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Travel Blogs from Camaguey

Chapter Seven - Cuba's Countryside

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 30, 2014

2 comments, 36 photos

... us fourteen days, with seven days of driving between these two cities.

The countryside varies between lush green mountains to vast level plains with varied agriculture. We drive on four-lane expressways to narrow winding two-lane country roads. Traffic is sparse.

You’ll see scenery, beaches, villages and rural homes as seen from through the windows of our motor coach.

Enjoy your journey through ...

Chapter Six - Camagüey

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 29, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

... winding streets leading to squares of different sizes, unlike most other Spanish cities in the new world that were laid out in chess-board fashion.

Large earthenware jars (Tinajónes), used in the past to store rainwater in the patios of many houses, are a distinguishing feature of the ...

Let's go for a tricycle ride! *HAPPY NEW YEAR"

A travel blog entry by gracetravels22 on Dec 31, 2013

... along the tour. We also went to a farmers market and walked through getting an explanation from our your guide. At one point our driver let me try biking and it was a blast! It was difficult with people in the back, but I did it... Until the chain came off and I was demoted. The tour ended in a plaza near our hotel and a bunch of us went to the cafe ciudad. Most people got coffees and five people ordered sandwiches. After our snack/lunch lien, my mom, and I walked around and visited ...

Camaguey by bicycle taxi

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Aug 25, 2013

7 photos

Hugo our local guide was fantastic. Our tour was by bicycle which meant we sat and a lovely man pedalled us around. We saw the shortest street 18m and heard about the narrowest street which narrowed to 80cm from footpath to footpath. We saw 4 of the squares or plazas. All with a church or cathedral on one side. One which is under re-construction getting ready for February for the 500 year celebration. I don't like their chances. In fact much of the city is being renovated - lets ...

Come away with me to Camaguey

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 13, 2013

5 photos

... of each of the significant areas of Camaguey. It was a lot of fun and as we had given our driver some incentive to be always first, we had fun racing along the streets, to our next destination! Despite the failing light we were able to see many parts of this beautiful city before darkness descended. The streets are narrow and better designed for the hundreds of bicycles rather than cars.
Camaguey is another city declared by UNESCO as a world heritage site. ...