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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    Travel Blogs from Trinidad

    El Nicho mountain cool pools

    A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on May 28, 2015

    58 photos

    ... out way around this large lake. To an island where we jumped out
    and asked for lunch. A lady would cook us pork ribs which would be ready in about a hour. So we putted around the lake for another hour or so. We went quite far to another spot and got out and stretched for awhile. We then headed back to the island for lunch. This place was really basic with goats, pigs, chickens running around. The lunch came out and we were a bit ...

    Rest of the Island

    A travel blog entry by ecjt on May 28, 2015

    20 photos

    ... a very colourful picturesque town, more like the photos of Cuba that you see in travel photos, old vintage cars, well preserved buildings, horse drawn carts, cowboys riding horses, Cuban music dance hall. There are still real people living in the old town like our Casa Particular was in side but many building are being converted into souvenir shops restaurants and bars. I cannot help to wonder how one can go about preserving the authenticity of an old town without converting it ...

    Late afternoon colours

    A travel blog entry by nyukwha on Apr 27, 2015

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    ... ask the conductor where the old remains of the sugar mills are. “Oh, over that hill, but we do not come even close to them”, he says, shattering my only expectation of the trip. Our last day in Trinidad is just to take a rest. In the evening every Cuban we talk to tells us that temperatures in Santiago were way up to 39C, a record in 100 years. “And it is not even July!” they anxiously anticipate more calor and draught to come.

    Day 4 of Cuba tour -Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... at the bar Tabernacle La Canchanchara, and are given another one of the drinks (free -included in the tour) Second breakfast I guess. After visiting another Museo, this time of African religion we wander down to a local restaurant for lunch. It's interesting that the African gods have been officially "hidden" behind the catholic saints, with each spirit being matched up with an appropriate saint (eg river god with patron saint of ...

    Trinidad: cobbled streets and salsa beats

    A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Oct 14, 2013

    42 photos

    ... the best part... Rock jumping! There's one nice and gentle jump, marked with rails and the water is very deep in most spots so no need to worry. But of course the nice little jump just wasn't enough... Just one level above (which seemed high enough) there was another little ledge, a bit scarier but great fun. Then a Cuban guide from one of the groups climbed all the up to the highest point possible (freakin high!), he was a bit shaky but in he went! Holy moly! Now, if there's ...