Casa Particular Hostal Zobeida
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Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... begging us to come to
their casa, telling us how much it would mean.
We knew that they were people on commission – not real casa owners – and
I ignored them. Miguel has a kinder
heart and tried to reason. They flocked
him. I would only hold my hand out and
say "La Tengo" – I have one. It was
getting dark and it took a few minutes but we found our way to Casa de Sandra y
Victor. They were waiting for us, a
... hour and a half for exploring on our own and shopping for crafts was interrupted by a torrential downpour; we had to hail a bike cab just to cross a street that had become a gushing brown river. Fortunately the sun came out and we made up for lost time.
Alex's evening lecture on the Economics of Cuba, held across the street from the hotel in the nightclub of the Moorish Castle, was excellent and I had my first Cuba ...
... After wandering for a couple of days we rented bikes and cycled out to the Ancon Pennisula- Amanda M has verbally abused us for not checking out the Cuban beach scene so we thought we'd visit these little pocket beaches near Trinidad. We lasted about two hours and and just as a couple of older French dolls decided to go topless (gravity having claimed more victims), we knew our beach time in Cuba was going to be brief.
... and the cobbled streets. We like to look at the colonial houses with courtyards, and to enjoy the music played in beautiful squares. Many houses are open and we see that a lot of them have an altar with offerings of food and drinks to a Virgin, maybe to the Virgin of the Miracles, the saint patron of the town. Religion in Cuba has a mixture of Catholicism and Santeria, heritage of the culture brought ...
... of latino blood could dance while the tourists kinda bopped and popped like they either had epilepsy or were intoxicated...which most were. Being too cool for school, we opted for the view on the side line taking the scene in.
Playa Ancon was an impressive white beach situated about 12kms out of town on the Saneti Spiritus Caribbean shoreline. It was apparently the finest arc of sand on Cuba’s coastline with a handful of all inclusive second ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed