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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        TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Marla Y Fernando Trinidad

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Trinidad

        Trinidad - Cuba

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

        3 comments, 13 photos

        The hostel in Havana arranged a share taxi and a casa for me in Trinidad so that made it all very easy. The share taxi was the same price as the bus although I think the more "local" buses would have been cheaper. However, I was unable to get enough information to try and do the local bus thing so had to cough up. They seem to work a network of casas and really insist that you take the one they are offering rather than letting ...

        Trinidad, Cuba

        A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Sep 25, 2015

        15 photos

        We woke up to yet another feast for breakfast and I worked as a translator while the son of the family tried endlessly to pass on his phone number to the hot girls we were sharing brekky with ��. Unfortunately my limited Spanish didn't include politely declining a man trying to hook up with a friend, but I tried my best to let him know they weren't interested in a Cuban fling! These locals definitely aren't shy. Our first stop for the day was the Revolutionary Plaza ...

        Exploring Colonial Trinidad

        A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 15, 2014

        ... real live rooster, he did have his hen in tow. There are an amazing amount of horses around, both being ridden and used for carts, probably best for these cobbled streets. Shutting off streets can be done with garden gates as well it seems.
        We returned to the Plaza Mayor and photographed ' ten little Indian' tourists waiting for their coach lined up on a small wall, watched by two little Cuban boys. We ...

        Full day in Trinidad

        A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Nov 10, 2014

        8 photos

        We were served a beautiful breakfast full of fruit, scrambled eggs and fresh coffee such a good way to start the day! We then went out exploring the town once again, we walked around the streets looking in various art shops and markets there are a few things that took my eye but you have to justify buying things at this point of the trip because it all looks nice but then you get home and have no use ...


        A travel blog entry by maroline on Mar 04, 2014

        4 photos

        ... Trinidad. Followed by hot, hot sun. Then rain. Then sun. All day long. Due to the weather's unpredictability, we decide to sort our accommodation in Colombia, get our bus tickets back to Havana, and buy more water. And rum. Much more rum. I can't believe how cheap it is here. $4 for 700ml or $5 for a litre. We go to the Museo de Romantico and meet 69 year old Rafael afterwards whilst having a beer in the square. He knows we don't speak much Spanish, but that doesn't deter him ...