Casa Rogelio Inchauspi Bastida
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... carried out toothpastes, so she decided to give the lady hers.
Anyways, we wanted to go to Plaza Mayor again for lunch after a lot of walking around. We got lost, as all the cobblestone paths look the same and also the sun is strongest in the midday. We took a biktaxi to the Plaza Mayor. He had asked for 2 CUC, we gave him 3..if we were suffering from heat, surely the driver was too. He looked sweaty but happy. We went back to the same pizzeria as ...
We had to wake up at 5:45 am to get ready and take the 7 am Viazool bus to Trinidad.. Sharon joked saying that I
fell asleep even before I hit the bed, which could be true as I didnčt remember turning in the middle of the night. Our hosts prepared fresh mango
juice for us.. I downed 2 glasses of those.. Then hit the road.The lady at the bus counter didn't speak much
English.. Very unprofessional.. I gave her the money for 2 tickets but
... the right turn.
Already yesterday we heard the guy a lot of time yelling ‘hot pizza’ so Gine finally convinced Paul that pizza is a wonderful supper. And so we came right from the beach and ordered our pizza – and then had some yummy tomato-cheese-onion pizza right on the beach… perfect to watch the sun go down. When watching ...
... 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 ...
... Paladar and a cute table for two. After a good meal, accompanied by equally good cocktails and a great band, we headed to the Casa de Musica for some alfresco music, on the sweeping steps. The place was nicely packed with people watching the performance, having drinks and also those dancing; I was keen to wait for my Cuban Salsa lesson the following day, before accepting any invitations to take a turn in front of such a large audience though. The following day, ...