Colonial Margely

Address: Piro Guinart 360A, Trinidad, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Piro Guinart 360A, Trinidad.
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      Seeing the real Cuba, Trinidad and beyond.

      A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Dec 18, 2014

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      ... Most folk if they dont travel by horse, bicycle use a horse and cart. Its a British 19th century picture postcard. Time has stood still for far too long in Cuba.

      After a quick but interesting stop to see the main square in Cienfuegos where I decided to take a video, which was an inspired decision as the local band were just tuning up for a teatime performance. So as I walked around filming the beautiful buildings ...

      Onto Trinidad. By bus.

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 14, 2014

      ... carefully. We enjoyed an evening stroll around the lamp lit streets before returning to our accommodation and the spent sometime out in the courtyard.
      The town was founded around the sugar cane industry and is now kept as a world heritage site. The difference between the accommodation of the sugar cane owners and the workers is obvious. The place is amazing and quaintly beautiful.

      We ventured off to explore the ...

      Experiencing Real Local Cuba

      A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jun 27, 2014

      36 photos

      ... was happening the last weekend of June. Ahah, guess what, we were the last Thursday of the month... Lucky again? Reading more about further East, I then learnt about the annual Caribbean Music Festival of Santiago de Cuba, happening the first week of July. YiiiiHaaaa! Timing couldn't be better, both would be done!

      Trinidad is a bit similar than Viņales, but a bit bigger and by the coast. My friend spent some time with a family there ...


      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 21, 2014

      54 photos

      ... some very cute shops and even a little market. Together we both bought some really funny Cuban souvenirs, baby clothes and knick nacks to take home. Sooner or later we met up with Stuie and we decided before dinner we'd sit and have a drink in one of the pretty outdoor bars we found. We sat down and a band began to play, we hadn't planned it but we'd ended up at the casa de musica of Trinidad. Perfecto!! So we sat and listened to some amazing local music and sipped on a ...

      Trinidad and the Valley of the Sugar Mills

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Mar 09, 2013

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      ... are all color-coded so we all knew immediately if it was a state-owned vehicle (blue), privately-owned (yellow), rental cars for tourists (red), etc. And then Trinidad....truly a jewel. We walked all around the Plaza Mayor and into the church. We visited a privately owned bed and breakfast and learned all about free enterprise in Cuba's hospitality industry. Amazingly, they cannot have internet in their homes, and operate on a cash-only basis. They DO advertise on ...

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