Casa de Mary y Angel

Address: Calle 44 entre 2da y 3ra Avenida, Varadero, Cuba | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle 44 entre 2da y 3ra Avenida, Varadero, is near Iglesia Parroquial de la Santisima Trinidad, Plaza del Carmen, Plaza San Juan de Dios, and Casa Natal del Mayor (Ignacio Agramonte).
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Travel Blogs from Varadero

Chapter Fourteen - "Signs of the Times"

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 08, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

Before I get to Havana, I want to show you how different publicity is in Cuba. There are no outdoor billboards advertising Coca Cola or Havana Club rum along the highways. In their place are signs advertising the glories of the revolution. It is as if the only signs you see on U.S. highways are praise for Barack Obama.

You will smile at some of the examples of the advertising arts that I have discovered along the way with my ...

Sexy Beach at Varadero

A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 06, 2014

5 photos

... to get provisions from the state run CDR shop such as rice, flour, salt, sugar as well as cigarettes and alcohol. Problem is, the rations are really only enough for half the month so each Cuban family is stuck trying to figure out how to provide for themselves the last few weeks. It’s a tough situation and it shows on many faces. If you’re lucky enough to work for a successful restaurant or high end resort you probably do ok, but if you ...

The Russian Destroyer

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan on Mar 03, 2012

... 16:30 when we braved the heat and went for a half an hour run. After working up quite a sweat we sat in the shade and ate a delicious typically Cuban meal prepared by a friendly street chef. We then headed down to the beach for a swim before sitting on the white sand to watch yet another spectacular sunset. On the way back to our casa we stopped by several market stalls and bought a few souvenirs. Once back we settled in for a quiet night after an exhausting ...

Jeep safari, speed boats and swimming in a cave

A travel blog entry by tadzyla on Sep 19, 2011

19 photos

... go ahead through some villages by the coast, and stopped to take some pictures of the coats and sea. Then we moved to the place by the river, and took a speed boat ride. They gave us to drive speed boats down the river and come back. those boats been simple and not that fast as I expected, but still got some adrenalin. After the boats, we watched local poeple dance, probably they been original Taino people or descendant. But ...

Beaching, snorkeling and night out in Varadero

A travel blog entry by tadzyla on Sep 17, 2011

7 photos

... coconut juice. Fantastic taste!
The beach near the hotel has their own sunbeds, and nobody is collecting extra fee for them. The sand is white, the water is clear blue color, sun is shining and we are honeymooning.
I jumped in the sea to snorkel and make some photos of fishes. Later when we been laying on a sunbeds, some guys came up and asked us for some tips, or some things, like soap or chewing gum. When we told them ...