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- Smoking rooms available
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... find accommodation when you arrive. Finding accommodation would be easy though as there are many many places with the blue sign up indicating a place to stay.
The trip to Trinidad was a bit over 4 hours – 6 in the bus apparently- for a distance of about 250km. The roads are good and for most of the way it was a 6 lane highway – 3 each way – and very little traffic. The share taxi dropped me at my ...
... Trinidad became his home for 20 years when he was a young lad and how it was before tourists arrived. Heaven on earth. It still is in many ways. Then we went to a bookshop and looked at books about the Orishas and i got one by a contemporary author about Cuba now. After returning home for a siesta the rain arrived ( or water as they call it here) same with wind they call it air - nice and simple. ...
... br> Today Trinidad is an outstanding example of a preserved colonial city; its historic core has been maintained with a large number of fine period buildings and public squares.
All roads lead to Plaza Mayor!
All the streets in town lead to the Plaza Mayor, on which, overlooked by the campanile of the Convent of San Francisco, two large edifices are worthy of special attention. The Palacio Brunet, ...
... and I walked through town at 11pm in the pitch black with glass on the ground. Anthony and my mom got out their flashlights (on the iPhone) to guide our way. It was spitting (sporadic light raining) for a while, which turned into drizzling on our way there. When we arrived, there was no music to be heard. We passed all the taxi drivers and a food stand and waited in the long line to get our entrance ticket. With our ticket, we seceded the stairs into the cave. ...
... to be treated to the owner's homemade breakfasts. At $30 Cuban Pesos for a room with two double beds a night, it is a steal. The man on the street sorted us out with 3 rooms in 3 houses across the street from each other, with a cute little terrace at the top of two of the houses with a table and chairs.
Trinidad has a level of intimacy which gives it a different feel to La Habana, everything is within walking ...