Casa Colonial 1830
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... begging us to come to
their casa, telling us how much it would mean.
We knew that they were people on commission – not real casa owners – and
I ignored them. Miguel has a kinder
heart and tried to reason. They flocked
him. I would only hold my hand out and
say "La Tengo" – I have one. It was
getting dark and it took a few minutes but we found our way to Casa de Sandra y
Victor. They were waiting for us, a
... the city has been carefully restored to its former glory. When the original white stucco proved too difficult to maintain, the houses were painted in pastels and when the original wooden panels deteriorated, they were replaced by white filigree railings. The result is a city that looks like it was painted by Matisse-almost too pretty.
After our walking tour and a visit to a local artist, we trekked over to the ...
... doing the salsa with that night (although the image does get interrupted by the odd bus tour gang from Varadaro).
Outside of a Museum of the Bandits which is dedicated in a very negative way (hence the name) to local CIA sponsored insurrections, there is very little overt evidence of communist Cuba, unlike elsewhere in the country. This is primarily Spain, cobblestone streets, central square cafes, cowboys on horseback, and a strange number of transvestites. ...
I had a little adventure en la tarde. Christina and I took a little wak to the square then bought some beer from the little corner store. She went back to her room and I set off again for the square to buy some postcards. I was just at the corner when I was accosted by two guys, Andre and Jesus who insisted on taking me to a courtyard with a portable bar and buying beer. We were joined by a guy whose name I didn't catch wearing a Loblaws polo shirt. Turns out, ...
... 8220;nosotros vivamos en a amarillo submarine”…
The disco was in a cave a good hike up the mountain behind the city. Although I was certain to be subjected to reggaeton I wanted to go and check out a disco in a cave. Being a school night (Tuesday) you would not think it would be very crowded, but it seems young Cubans can burn the candle at both ends. The disco was a mix of club troppo and Cuban video hits. I left just as the music deteriorated to a beat ...
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- Room service
- Pets allowed