Casa Particular Miriam Guerra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... s a shame then that I've managed to catch back up with the grey skies. The room is really nice too, but I'm okay with functional so it's kinda lost on me. But for a night it'll do. Good job I made that decision too, whilst there are other casas about they are not half as frequent as other places I've been. Another sign that this is a road less travelled.
Already citied out I've decided to only stay an afternoon here and head on out ...
... blocks away and always through some narrow curved colorful streets – and everywhere nice benches for relaxing
- Plaza des los Trabajadores: when we came here it was hot!!! But we still could admire Che smiling down on us from the house wall and the roof top… and also we admired another nice Camaguey church: Iglesia de ...
... 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 ...
... around $20 a month. When the dancers are in their 20s, some may travel to other countries to study with other ballet companies and earn more money. The Ballet de CamagŁey currently has dancers studying in 35 different countries. We were lucky enough to catch both a technical class, where all of the dancers practiced their turns and jumps, and a rehearsal for their upcoming performance of Don Juan.
After the rehearsal, we were invited into the Ballet’s costume ...
... Peso notes carrying the face of Che Guevara, as souvenirs. In Cuba there is a double economy, with Cuban Convertibles used by tourists (comparable to the US dollar) and Cuban Pesos paid to and used by Cuban nationals. This makes it easy for tourists to spend money and even harder for Cubans to get even the smallest luxury items. We went to a local market too but as it was new years eve, the market and most of the streets were largely empty; ...