Casa Particular Hostal Zobeida
Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... Among the display is a CIA radio transmitter and a part of a U2 spy plane which was shot down during the Cuban Missile Crisis. All very exciting stuff. We climbed up the bell tower and then the no passé sign was taken down so we could climb to the top. James went first and it shook so much we decided that seeing more of Cuba was more important than falling down the middle of the bell tower so we didn't get the full view. Back for ...
... in it and a natural swimming hole. The ranger's house was a testimony to how you don't need stuff, minimalist was his middle name. His kitchen had a charcoal fire with blackened walls and ceiling which just happened to be made of palm leaves. Thank goodness there were no sparks. Back in time to have lunch at the best tapas bar ever. Hot shrimps, fish croquettes, 1/2 wheel tamales, marinaded olives, pork ribs and washed down with ...
... old. Lovely old cobbled streets made from stones that were used as ballast in the ships that came from Spain and the houses are very pretty. It is a very touristy town. We are off tonight to hear live music in the Casa de la Musica which is actually a set of steps in the open where local bands play every night and lunchtime I think. We managed to find an Internet cafe and were able to do 3 quick emails in 17 minutes. ...
... so sweet. The band were the caberet for the evening, while dee had a Daquiri fest. Easy day.
Dee woke up with a Daquiri head.Taxi to trinidad in the form of an old Plymouth. Walked from the new square to the old via bank,shops and bar ($11 for a beer a coffee and a water. Too expensive).Old Lada taxi return trip and straight in the Pool.Left the pool for another 30 mins internet wind up session. Rain came and upsaet the caberet so early ...
... These horses were so much nicer and better looked after than the ones I experienced in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. I spent most of the time trying to make it go faster, which was the absolute opposite of what was happening in Mexico. The surroundings were absolutely beautiful, with the mountains in the background! On the drive from Havana to Trinidad I noticed how green Cuba is, which I didn't realise before... with many farms ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed