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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    A travel blog entry by nipa.sarma on Jun 12, 2015

    16 photos

    The day started at the Casa with a hearty breakfast from our host. It consisted of fresh juice, expresso styled fresh coffee (which Sharon raved about), ham sandwiches (which we politely refused as none of us eat pork and was replaced by fried eggs), fresh fruits, buns, cake, name it all. We were both very full. We asked him where the nearest beach was. He said Playa (as in beach) Ancon, 10 min away. He could arrange for our transportation, as it could cost between ...

    Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by liamhum on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... once again a very nice lunch. However afterwards and after walking around I was not feeling so well and so we headed back- this it was just dehydration. Chilled a bit then went swimming at one of the little beaches, which was nice and warm water. Then drove around the coast line and then headed back for another amazing value casa ...

    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 ...

    18th to 22nd November - Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Nov 18, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... where I meet ederkie and yoarni a young couple with a little 6 year old boy christian. The room is nice, backing onto a terrace and breakfast is included in the price of 20 cuc, with tea arranged I head out for an hour around the main square, la plaza mayor expecting a torrent of jiņetoros, but it was atleast 20 minutes until the first but compared to havana, I can brush these mosquitoes off with ease! The plaza mayor is very pretty infact most of trinidad is, the ...

    A little bit of Cholera..

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Jan 31, 2013

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    ... was a must! Lin Leanne took us under her wing and told and organised everything for us. “Now listen lady. You look up the road and walk direct to the pizza shop. It is run by a poor family but clean family. They wash their hands because at the moment in Cuba there is a little bit of Cholera. But you take pizza here and food with me because I wash everything perfectly!” And she was right, there was just a “little bit of Cholera” that popped ...