Casa Colonial 1830
Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... and we worked out they were all waiting outside to be let in as a teller came free to pay their bill so we just walked in and could use the Internet. We bought a card $6cuc for an hour which is like a scratchy. You get a code and password which you discover by scratching off the silver and put it in and away you go. Saw some great cakes. They have fantastically coloured icing -pink, yellow and white. Sometimes round basin shaped ...
... cave so as not to appear to be losers as it opened at 11. It was just amazing. A fantastic limestone cave with a bar, dance floor, lighting and tables. $3cuc to get in and that included a mojito. Very, very fun. By the time we left it was crowded and on the walk down home there was still a steam of people going up. Could have got a late night burger from the stall set up at the entranceway. Needless to say after such a big day we all slept very ...
... have all promised to try harder. The terrace is in what was a palace built in the Venetian way but styled in an Indian fashion. Fantastically intricate. The bloke who built it over 4 years promptly died 2 years later and his widow and children immediately returned to Spain. It was then sold for $5 million in about 1920. It operates now as a restaurant on the ground floor and government offices in the middle and a terrace bar ...
Eventually dropped of at Brisus beach resort for 3 nights. Cant believe i took the mick out of Stepford hotels of Cancun and now, thanks to the travel agent in Havana, im in one.
Great beach, big pool, good food and never ending drinks, yes i found myself in a place i swore i would never go, an all inclusive. Set belts to FB mode.
After buffet brekkie - lovely, went to see Shirley Bassey the travel agent, for ...
... for 20 CUC. An hour and a half later we arrived in the centre of Trinidad. The ride in the old car had been interesting with good views but fortunately it had not been longer, because the seats were also from the 50s and respectively (not so) comfortable.
Exploring the colonial city of Trinidad
Trinidad is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Cuba. It is much smaller than Cienfuegos (only about 50.000 inhabitants), but also a UNESCO World ...
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- Pets allowed