Casa Mireya

Address: Jose Antonio Saco (Enramadas) #563 e/ Bernada y San Agustin, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jose Antonio Saco (Enramadas) #563 e/ Bernada y San Agustin, Santiago de Cuba.
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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Cuba

It's a long way to Santiago

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Feb 18, 2014

... Cuba. It's really interesting to hear from all the locals how their finding the changes in the country in the past few years with Raul Castro taking over from Fidel. They all seem to have a drive to travel, and see the world, but with the minuscule wages that the vast majority of them make we can't imagine it ever being a possibility. There would need to be a massive overhaul of the whole country to bring it up to speed. We're not sure how the ordinary people of Cuba would cope ...

25th nov to 28th nov - Bleeeh Santiago

A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Nov 25, 2013

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... is everywhere in cuba, the airport is named after him in habana. Had a good night out with some other travellers staying in the same casa, and visited a castle with a pirate museum. This was pretty awesome actually, its a castle that was intended to protect the port of santiago from the likes of henry morgan, but they never finished it in time, he actually took it over at one point for a period. It got restored in the 70s for tourism. As I wondered round I couldnt ...

Santiago de Cuba, May 27-28

A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli on May 27, 2013

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... around and telling me a lot of interesting information about the way it was built and the many graves of famous and important people.

Danach sind wir noch zur Festigung El Morro gefahren, wo man sich früher vor Piraten oder anderen Seegängern gewehrt hat und von wo man die Berge sehen konnte, wo Fidel und seine Truppen sich zu verstecken wussten. Es war extrem heiss und wir konnten uns kaum bewegen, so sind wir früh wieder ins Casa zurück gekehrt.
After the cemetry we ...

Festival de Caribe

A travel blog entry by juniorandange on Jul 06, 2012

... town had lunch while a massive thunderstorm hit town then had dinner at the casa while we waited for our night bus to Santa Clara. 8pm bus $33 each 10 stops along the way. Inside the bus the lights were turned on a off all night long, we watched 1 movie then Junior went to sleep I knew I would not have any chance to sleep so I played games and then watched another movie for the 3rd time. 'Columbiana', great film. 11 hours later we arrive in Santa ...

Oh the dancing!!

A travel blog entry by johnandi on Feb 22, 2012

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... 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! ...