Casa Mireya

Jose Antonio Saco (Enramadas) #563 e/ Bernada y San Agustin, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Cuba

24 degrees and a faint waft of sewage

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... We were treated to some classical music and ballet from the square below as they were performing dress rehearsals for the new years show. The night was topped off by a Tropicana style show, with lots of feathers and perhaps the kind of show that would have been all the rage in decandent 1950s Cuba. It had been a long and interesting day, followed by a number of cocktails and we slept well that night. Next stop was Camagüey, six hours away by bus and where we'd spend new years ...

Santiago de Cuba, May 27-28

A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli


... chsten Morgen 5mal übergeben. So fiel für sie der Morgen ins Wasser oder besser Klo. Also fuhr ich mit Roger alleine los. Zuerst mussten wir wiedermal an 2 Orten für Roger halt machen, da er igendwelche Sachen für seine Renovation zu Hause kaufen musste. Leider steht von diesen Stops nichts im Reiseprogramm, aber wer hat schon Gelegenheit sich die Kubanische Miniversion von Hornbach anzuschauen. Später habe ich mit Roger den wunderschönen Friedhof besucht, wo ich eine Führung erhielt ...

Festival de Caribe

A travel blog entry by juniorandange

... guy, then we wanted to get some food so this rusta guy took us to a few places but they all said they were shut so we could never get in, we finally got rid of him and went back to one of the restaurants and then they let us straight in. So the locals must know him around town. The pizza was **** but it only cost us $1.25 even though the chick tried to rip us off and make us pay $4 but we caught her out.

The last day we just chilled ...

Oh the dancing!!

A travel blog entry by johnandi


... totally bizarre ritual, but it saves 'space'!! Then onto El Morro, a castle/fortress build originally in 1638 on top of the cliffs at the narrow entrance to Santiago Bay. Fantastic views and very interesting. Back to the hotel to get ready for dinner at a locals restaurant, where nothing cost more than 5CUCs - £3.50!! John bought yet another bottle of rum, which was brought to him by the restaurant manager - very good rum, but it didn't last long! ...


A travel blog entry by sgaudun


Got a bus to Santiago de Cuba and did the historic core in one day. Saw where Fidel attacked a military barracks and failed. Saw a magnificent colonial building built by Mr Bacardi. Walked the plazas and parks and visited an occasional church.


This hotel is located on Jose Antonio Saco (Enramadas) #563 e/ Bernada y San Agustin, Santiago de Cuba.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding