Casa Zenia-Ana

Address: Conrado Benitez 227-B e/ Vincente Zuyama e Independencia, Trinidad, 62600, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Conrado Benitez 227-B e/ Vincente Zuyama e Independencia, Trinidad, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Trinidad

Trip to Cuban Hinterland

A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jul 04, 2014

15 photos

... so has shells and coral embedded in it. The remains of Che are here, as are those of other revolutionaries. Santa Clara itself is an important place for Cubans, as this is where the last battle was fought before Batista fled Havana with millions of the country's money, realising that the Fidel Castro et al were closing in. Cienfuegos is a lovely spot. We had lunch in what is essentially an exclusive small Marina/Yacht club with a fantastic ...

Chapter Nine - Cuba's Children

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 03, 2014

3 comments, 25 photos

... sending their children to free day care from age six months on. Day-care centers accept children up to age five or six. Then the school system takes over. Education through ninth grade is mandatory. After that, students attend either a technical
school or a pre-university program for grades ten through twelve. All education -- including university and continuing education -- is free and open to ...

Chapter Eight - Sancti Spiritus and Trinidad

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 01, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... the square had been transformed, though now missing the lovely trees that I had witnessed on my first visit. It will take a long time for the new trees to replace them.

Trinidad had always been the crown jewel of colonial cities, and reminds me of Antigua Guatemala. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and well deserved. ...

Trinidad Sin Tobago

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Mar 21, 2014

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Friday 21st March bus to Trinidad. 1105 to 1700hrsSparse countryside with huge farms. Little traffic and no rubbish or signs.Stone wall for keeping cattle in made by hand , so much is done without machines here. Fencing metal limited. Loads of sugar cane fields and plantation timber.Bus stop1300hrs for tourist oriented restaurant. 4 CUC sandwich and buffet lunch, I am not eating masses and prefer to get a good dinner in Trinidad. Everywhere is sold Cuban rum and cigars ...

Exploring a former Spanish colonial settlement

A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Jul 25, 2013

23 photos

... then gave each of us a piece of bread and we were allowed to feed the fish. In essence this meant trying to hold the bread into the water while keeping ones fingers out of the water and thus out of the greedy fishes’ mouths. It was interesting, but also a bit scary to be suddenly surrounded by about 50 greedy fish all shooting in from all sides and going for the bread (or your fingers if one was not lucky).

After some more relaxation at the beach on this very sunny ...