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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        Travel Blogs from Trinidad

        Trinidad - Cuba

        A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Oct 08, 2015

        3 comments, 13 photos

        ... each time so plenty of time to look around. This was the valley where a lot of the sugar was grown. Lots of ruins of the 19th century sugar mills, manor houses and slave quarters but not much sign of sugar now.

        Was interesting to see people using the internet. It’s available but expensive, especially if you are on a Cuban wage. It’s available in certain areas (a plaza) at certain times of the day. ...

        Colonial splendour

        A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 09, 2015

        23 photos

        ... is evident from her name. The daughter of former Soviet tank commander, her father's Soviet T-62 is parked in the backyard. As a special treat the diminutive Liubetsy climbs inside, fires up the engine and takes the ancient green hulk for a spin around the town. She has a well-worn route as evidenced by the chunks of masonry and fallen telegraph poles dislodged by the revolving turret. ...

        Exploring Colonial Trinidad

        A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 15, 2014

        ... We had two people who had asked for a local stone momento from Cuba, so we went for a fairly long and hot walk to the edge of town and down a winding road where numerous horse trains were being taken somewhere, possibly to a steam at the bottom of the road - too far down to investigate this. We observed that some had maybe had enough of walking and tossed their shoes onto the electric cables up above. We also ...

        Beach day in Trinidad

        A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Nov 11, 2014

        3 photos

        ... leave the size of houses! After dinner we went out for a couple of drinks with Julia & Coco, the two German girls staying at the same casa with us. We had piña coladas served in pineapples and tried the local drink, la canchanchura. It was a great night out and such a different atmosphere at night. The streets were empty, except around the bars, and all the live music playing created such a fun ...


        A travel blog entry by maroline on Mar 04, 2014

        4 photos

        ... phones and other cards in six days time. Mario is seeing red at this point. But he bought some Havana Club rum on the walk home, so I'm pretty cheery :) We sit down to a massive dinner and quickly forget our problems. After dinner we look for our Dutch/Austrian friends who we met in Havana and bumped into earlier in the city square. We meet up at a great salsa performance and have a few mojitos and enjoy the music and dancing. And vow to get some salsa lessons. Day 30: A rainy ...

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