Casa Rogelio Inchauspi Bastida

Simon Bolivar, 312, Trinidad, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Simon Bolivar, 312, Trinidad.
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    Travel Blogs from Trinidad

    Touring the South of Cuba

    A travel blog entry by mdobsonca on Jun 16, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Manuel Fangio) driving exploits. As an aside, Fangio was kidnapped by Fidel Castro as during 1958 just before the Cuban Grand Prix, they did however let him listen to it on the radio. Anyhoo, back to Jose, the trip back to Havana was our longest trip in the car, about 4 hours, we took a short cut from Trinidad to Santa Clara that required us to cross the mountains, I’m sure we saved some time but the road was very rough and Jose was in a hurry. On ...

    Chapter Nine - Cuba's Children

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 03, 2014

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... white for primary, Yellow and white for middle school (junior high school), brown and white for secondary school (high school) and dark and light blue for pre-university (senior high school and technical school).

    The children we see are, without exception, healthy and full of vitality, clean, well groomed, and well behaved. In other poor countries, I've seen countless children suffering ...

    Chapter Eight - Sancti Spiritus and Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 01, 2014

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... the square had been transformed, though now missing the lovely trees that I had witnessed on my first visit. It will take a long time for the new trees to replace them.

    Trinidad had always been the crown jewel of colonial cities, and reminds me of Antigua Guatemala. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and well deserved. ...


    A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 21, 2014

    54 photos

    ... warmth, we couldn't have felt more welcome. Amado had arranged two tuk tuk drivers who were ready and waiting. They grabbed our bags, strapped them on and then we peddled off down the gorgeous cobbled stone streets. Honestly, it would have been quicker to walk, we felt terrible, the poor driver was struggling in the incredibly thick heat. We turned the corner and there in front of us was as a hill. He peddled like mad to take us but he was so tiny and we were so heavy with ...

    A Colourful City

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jan 04, 2014

    2 photos

    ... A thoroughly enjoyable, though rather sweaty, experience and a great workout. After class I stopped for a spot of lunch, where being the only diner I was seranded beautifully by the three in house musicians. Some pottering and window shopping later, I retreated for a siesta and to rest my now thobbing ankle after the mornings exertion. That evening I met back up with some of the group and joined them for an Italian meal; a little out of keeping with ...