Casa Adrian

Address: Rodney Coutin #100, Baracoa, 97310, Cuba | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rodney Coutin #100, Baracoa.
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      Travel Blogs from Baracoa

      Tracking Cuba

      A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Jan 23, 2015

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... and walk at their own pace to maximise the benefit of the exercise. Numbers of walkers are increasing, but in the main we seem to maintain our respective paces without too much shoving and barging. I just plug in my iPhone and listen to music that I haven't listened to for years. It's very therapeutic. The sea has been a little more boisterous today, but only up to about a 2.5m swell and strong breeze of 21 knots. However, it's been noticeably more humid today. 76% at its ...

      Day 9 of Cuba tour - Baracoa

      A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 23, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Most interesting part was a hummingbirds nest with 2 chicks in it. Cuba has the second smallest hummingbird in the world.
      At the end we had a drink of chocolate which was very nice apart from the fact they had added a ton of sugar to it.
      Then we went of to lunch, after waiting a bit for a broken down truck to be removed from the narrow unsealed road out of the "farm". The restaurant was down by the river Toa, which is the longest navigable ...

      The Farms and a Pig Roast

      A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Feb 06, 2014

      18 photos

      ... pool and pack. At 5:00 PM we went to the House of Culture to see the Lively Bells, a children's choir which was formed to provide an outlet for kids who have behavior problems. They were very good. Afterwards Joli had organized salsa lessons. My ankles were very swollen again so we went back to the hotel and didn't go to dinner, which we didn't need after the huge barbecue. We spent the evening in our room where I elevated my feet and we finished ...

      Excursion to the Yumuri River

      A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Aug 30, 2013

      7 photos

      ... made. It is 100% cocoa chocolate and had a sample. It is just amazing. Bought some cocoa butter which you use as a remedy for all things - burns, chapped lips, insect bites to name but a few. It comes in a recycled medicine container. I wonder if ag and fish will like it or take it off us? Interesting seeing the cocoa trees and coffee beans all amongst a variety of other trees as they like to be shaded. The river part of the trip was lovely. We climbed aboard a row ...

      Baracoa, May 28-31

      A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli on May 28, 2013

      36 photos

      ... again threw ourselves into the Salsa-feeling. We spent one evening at the Casa dela Trove. Some kind of music house which exists in almost every bigger city. They have very good local bands peforming and locals such as tourists dancing to the Cuban rhythms. Sonja enjoyed the dancing with the Cubans and I hid in the last row having fun by speaking to Roger, Hanna and Laura that we spontaneously met here. To be honest, the town is not that big and the evening attractions are ...