Casa Manolo

Santa Rita No.18 (El Solitario), Camaguey, Cuba | Hotel
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Chapter Six - Camagüey

A travel blog entry by mmbcross

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... 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 ...

Camagüey's Artists & Squares

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco

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... around $20 a month. When the dancers are in their 20s, some may travel to other countries to study with other ballet companies and earn more money. The Ballet de Camagüey currently has dancers studying in 35 different countries. We were lucky enough to catch both a technical class, where all of the dancers practiced their turns and jumps, and a rehearsal for their upcoming performance of Don Juan.

After the rehearsal, we were invited into the Ballet’s costume ...

Feliz Año Neuvo - Squeals all round

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts

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... people who were sitting on their front steps, spit roasting a pig on the pavement, which numbered quite a few. I lost count of the number of pigs I saw that day and the smell engulfed the city and I imagine the country - vegetarians beware, do not come to Cuba for festivals! In Cuban style we would be spending the evening eating the same, as we had been invited to the house of the tour company manager, to see in the new year. We chipped in for ...

Come away with me to Camaguey

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller

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We left Santiago de Cuba quite early this morning as we had a long journey ahead of us. We were to make our way to the mid-country town of Camaguey. Our trip was to take some seven hours to complete by bus, so we set off bright and early, packed our suitcases into the bus and off we went. The day was quite uneventful, with regular toilet and meal stops through the spectacular Cuban countryside. However, we were pulled up at a checkpoint and told to leave the bus. In ...

Camaguey

A travel blog entry by panzaverde

... only thing actually available was ham and cheese sandwiches. Sadly this situation is not that unusual here. We left and ate pasta and sauce at the moneda nacional place across the square. It wasn't too bad for less than 50c each - similar to Watties spaghetti.

We have discovered that some products seem to be CUC (pronounced "kook") things and others are moneda nacional things. And some cross the divide. At some restaurants the bill is in MN except for the bottled water, which ...

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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding