Casa Marla Y Fernando

Address: Calle Gustavo Izquierdo (Gloria) #103-A, Trinidad, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Gustavo Izquierdo (Gloria) #103-A, Trinidad.
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    Recovery in Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jul 10, 2015

    ... Sea as he was apparently in Cuba when he wrote it.We had a shared Cuban meal at the Casa for dinner that was pretty decent, the lobster and shrimps being the highlight. Headed up to stairs again afterwards for a bit of music before I cut it and headed for home. A night of Salsa didn't sound ideal to me.I've enjoyed Trinidad though. Wish I'd made it to the beach but to be honest I needed the time to ...

    Sampling early Spanish Colonial experience

    A travel blog entry by nipa.sarma on Jun 11, 2015

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    ... we had to master our skills to use it. The owner's son if we wanted to have dinner, what we wanted for dinner and at what time. I opted for fish, Sharon for chicken and at 8:30 pm.

    After few minutes of resting we ventured out. Luis had shown us earlier the
    historical part of the town. We went there.. with the humidity and
    heat, it was starting to get unbearable. That's when we understood the concept of siesta. We got lost, as ...

    Trip to Cuban Hinterland

    A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jul 04, 2014

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    ... It seemed to cater for the pleasure yachts that were touring the Caribbean. The only Cubans in there would have been the staff. The gates were opened and closed for us to arrive and depart. The architecture was once again amazing with all sorts of influences - French Colonial to Art Deco. Trinidad is well deserved of it's UNESCO World Heritage Status. The town celebrated 500 years last year. The rejuvenation of the Centro Historico has ...

    Day 4 of Cuba tour -Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... lost in time. The first museum we visit is closed as it's Good Friday, and we cannot go into the church as there is a "sacred moment" service going on. We are able to visit the Museo Romantico, the former Palacio del Conde Brunet the richest family in Trinidad, related to the Spanish Santander family (of Santander Bank fame) and were the sugar mill owners, which is laid out with 18th century colonial furniture. When we come out we spot ...

    Day 110 - Sugar cane fields / Cañaverales

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Dec 04, 2013

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    No time to lose to go to Trinidad, the most Spanish and the most colonial city in Cuba. We drive following the coastline for a while but we cannot look out a lot: the potholes are big. Luckily, not much traffic here either. It is funny how it seems that the sides of the road are better maintained than the road itself.

    The music is playing in our Renault Scala. We love Cuban rhythms. It is fun ...