Bella Perla Marina
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- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... served by a very obliging man all for 12 CuCs ie £ 8 for the two of us.
We meandered back past a very grand county club and a hotel. On return to the casa we intended to have some water and go for another walk , but with tired feet and it being hot that did not happen. A nice shower and then a fish supper, also cooked in the outdoor charcoal oven ended the day well. Our journey to the upstairs bedroom was viewed by three little patched frogs out to get their evening ...
... also a very dodgy looking spiral staircase. We meandered around the rest of the square, buying a local cd in the theatre. Feet were a little tired so had a rest too.
On the way back we stopped for a beer and saw the local ? 'bad guys' propping up an old car with their beer! Back at the casa we caught up with our washing - the balcony was good for drying. Another good and large meal, chicken from the outdoor charcoal oven this time with more very good ...
... tricycles with room to carry two passengers) and animal-drawn carts are very prevalent outside the large urban centres.
Train service is deplorable, to say the least.
Cubana de Aviacion offers an extensive domestic air network. Havana to Santiago, a 1 hr 25 mi trip is US$ 135.00 one-way for a visitor, but fares are considerably less for local residents.
... for the telephone, and if we were there for internet, we could go in. We went inside and bought the internet cards and went to the internet room. All the computers were taken, so we just had to wait. My mom went back to the house to use the restroom and I continued to wait. A computer became empty while she was gone and I went on and emailed all my teachers about missing school and emailed a few friends. After finishing, my mom and I went to San Jose again because ...
... we had the chance to ride in an old 1950s car, which was quite an experience. The bus ride itself was fairly unspectacular for the first two-thirds of the way. On the last third, the bus did not function properly anymore with the engine stalling regularly. At first the bus driver and his helper, were able to start the engine again and again, but when the bus stalled at the outskirts of Cienfuegos, both men were helpless and we were stuck. ...