Casa De Ramona

Address: calle Camilo Cienfuegos, n0 68, Trinidad, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on calle Camilo Cienfuegos, n0 68, Trinidad.
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Travel Blogs from Trinidad

Trinidad - Cuba

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Oct 08, 2015

3 comments, 13 photos

... around. The town is a UNESCO site – it’s an old Spanish colonial settlement that got its wealth from the sugar plantations around the area although the plantations are now long gone. Tourism is the money maker now. Many cobble stone streets, some nice architecture, a few museums detailing the history of the town and region, the normal churches, and generally a nice place to hang out. Music everywhere – ...

Into the Escambray mountains

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2015

57 photos

... mostly that our Spanish vocabulary is lacking. We nodded knowledgeably as she spoke, interjecting with the occasional question and claro. Nevertheless we learnt where most of the items on display came from: North America and Europe, including England, Spain, France and Italy; as well something of the history of the house and the family who lived there.

After the meat feast of the previous night - somos ...

La Boca - Topes de Collantes

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 29, 2015

81 photos

... swimming, snorkeling, and we will get ‘free’ beach lawn chairs…. Ok so we didn’t pay for the parking, but we did pay for those… the beach really super nice too and no cloud in the sky.

Snorkeling on walk-in Reef
For snorkeling you walk 2 feet of sand in the water and then you are on top of the reef, so you look with you googles and ...

Experiencing Real Local Cuba

A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jun 27, 2014

36 photos

... heads might fight between each other (big boxing culture in Cuba) but that's it.

I passed the carnival with locals, some tourists and one Cuban guy, the first with whom I spent few hours talking without him ending up asking me some kind of money or gifts, so Is tayed with him. Of course, the event was perfect to attract quite a lot of prostitutes again. The whole thing was a bit messy, the only 2 carnival chars were pretty basic but ...


A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Feb 13, 2014

18 photos

... 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 ...

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