Casa Prado

Address: Calle 37 no4424 entre 44 y 46, Cienfuegos, Cuba | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle 37 no4424 entre 44 y 46, Cienfuegos, is near Guardalavaca Beach, Bahia de Naranjo Nature Park, Playa Esmeralda, and Museo Provincial La Periquera.
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      Lazy day in Punta Gorda, Cienfuegos

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 13, 2014

      After another large breakfast, good again, we decided we would investigate what was around locally and try to find an internet friendly place, we felt we should at least make another attempt to contact our families. The hotel Jagua we were told would have this. On the way we came across a man peddling his fruit and veg to the locals. There was an intriguing potato looking veg which it seemed was not a potato but not dissimilar. On the way down to the hotel was a small park ...

      Odd job and exploration day in Cienfuegos.

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 12, 2014

      ... 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 ...

      Scenic Cienfuegos

      A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Jun 14, 2014

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      ... match. What's the point of having two countries when they're both **** at football?! Why couldn't I have married a Brazilian?!

      The next day we walked around the city for a bit and then we decided it was too hot and went to the Sailing Club for a swim in their pool and a couple of ubiquitous mojitos. That night we strolled along the Malecon, which is just as great a place to hang out as its ...

      THE PEARL OF THE SOUTH

      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Feb 14, 2014

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      ... the municipal hall and several former palacios, their neo-classical proportions softened by pastel exteriors and white trim.

      We have had four 'art encounters'-Fuster, the Ludwig Foundation, the Belles Artes and the artist in Trinidad. Today's visit, to the studio of painter Santiago Hermes was by far the most interesting. We are greeted by the artist's 90 year-old mother and a young girl and, perhaps because it is Valentine's ...

      French influence in the city of Cienfuegos

      A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Jul 23, 2013

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      ... awarded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005 because of its architectural homogeneity. It took us maybe three hours in total to check out all sights featured in the Lonely Planet, namely the city’s centre square with some old colonial buildings, a seaside promenade (also called the Malecón and much nicer in my opinion than its pendant in Havana), an Arabian-nights like palace and a supposed sunset viewing spot. The first three ...