Casa Particular Los Helechos
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... us fourteen days, with seven days of driving between these two cities.
The countryside varies between lush green mountains to vast level plains with varied agriculture. We drive on four-lane expressways to narrow winding two-lane country roads. Traffic is sparse.
You’ll see scenery, beaches, villages and rural homes as seen from through the windows of our motor coach.
Enjoy your journey through ...
... 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 ...
... like egg and felt like chalk on the tongue. Then, the cake was followed by nuggets which were almost impossible to bite down on. Lastly, soft nuggets were distributed and it tasted like a type of peanut butter that was too sweet. But I am glad everyone tried the traditional Cuban food. When the party was coming to an end, some people left by taxi, then my mom and I, and lastly, Abby, Jenny, Marie, and Anthony. It was a really fun night. When I arrived at the hotel I was absolutely ...
... work being very simple and his of a more fine art style. The collection of articles was more interesting with whole cabinets of Toby jugs or pocket watches or glassware surrounded by more and more collections. They also had a turtle wandering around. A beer and malta later and we went to look at the Gran Hotel. Maltas are soft drinks that taste like the powder we put in a milkshakes. Very drinkable. The Gran very elegant and the pool very utilized. Mitch and Fran were ...
... in memory of a group of nationalists who were executed in the square in 1851.
It is interesting to see that the Cubans use a lot of symbolism in their monuments and the surroundings. This is a beautiful city and I am sorry that we will only be here for such a short time.
We found a small family-run restaurant and quickly ordered a meal before returning to the hotel. We have a later start tomorrow, so we may be able to find the time to take a walk in the ...