Casa Particular Miriam Guerra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... even call them narrow. Although most of them are one way you can fit two cars in parrallel on the vast majority. I was thinking more along the lines of the villages in Italy or France that turn up in car chase scenes like in Ronin, or as tracks on Gran Turismo. Maybe it's because I haven't been to Morocco... It's a Sunday which means most things are closed up, but that adds to the vibe. No swarms of tourists either though I did see a couple of ...
... this was a cute little park with a wonderful restaurant where did not only had coffee, but also later one of the best buffet suppers. Here we visited a church where the 'saint’ figures where behind glass and lit up
... their wives a fresh bottle of cold water at each break. No such luck with birthday boy. It would be nice to come back to a cold drink after queuing for a stinky toilet. I am permanently dehydrated in this country. It can't be doing me any good. After 4 hours driving we eventually reach Camaguey and go to a restaurant for lunch. It's pretty dire, salt beef, rice, blackbeans and the standard salad of shredded cabbage, cucumber and tomato. The Latvians ...
... pointe shoes were for something that could break in a single evening, he decided to bring the production of shoes in-house and created a special process that lowered the cost from between $50 and $200 down to only $6. As a testament to his vision, a box of pointe shoes donated from China sits in the corner of a storeroom abandoned because the ballerinas prefer the custom-fit shoes created on-site.
Next, we visited the agromercado, or farmers’ market, in CamagŁey, ...
... drink and were joined by Esmereldas family. We were joined too, by our guide from earlier in the day, with his girlfriend and the English teacher was visiting family down the road, so popped in too. She was quite chatty and it turned out she was actually trained as a computer programmer by day, but as with all state jobs is just paid the standard wage (equivalent to $13-20 per month), so she teaches Spanish to visiting tour groups to top up ...