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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      On the road again

      A travel blog entry by josephjuliatrip on Jan 16, 2015

      ... by the police and it a friend of his that need a left so he jumps in and we give him a lift he buys some rum too. On the way he chatting away without a seatbelt driving 110 on a 70kmh road answering his phone mentally :). We drop him off and arrive at our guesthouse 20 minutes ...

      CUBA - Trinidad

      A travel blog entry by lynchette11 on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... stay away to hit the Cave Club, walk the streets to find it, get so lost, ask everyone, walk up a dark track, seams to be people around, cobble stones, me in clogs, long walk up the hill, 11:30pm many people lining up, it's literally in a Cave, 12am it opens, $3CUC entry, can't here any music, walk down through the entrance, into the nightclub where the Cave opens, incredible sound, Mojitos, people starting to pour in, it's packed, Music is pumping, time to bail, taxi home in ...

      Onto Trinidad. By bus.

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 14, 2014

      ... from? The bus driver stopped at one roadside house, disappeared and returned with a bag and water, was that his lunch? We drove next to the sea when we got nearer to Trinidad. There were some lovely little streams and wooded areas.
      Arriving in Trinidad we went up cobbled streets, at one stage going very slowly behind a horse drawn cart, no one seems to be too bothered about being held up here. The arrival at the bus station was much calmer than the arrival ...


      A travel blog entry by maroline on Mar 04, 2014

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      ... and the sea, and all the coloured buildings, cobblestone paths and tiled roofs in between. And the music filters through the streets. We stop for a couple of cervezas and Mario buys some more cigars. And we have a very relaxed afternoon before our long trip back to Havana tomorrow morning. Day 33: Our last awesome breakfast at Casa Magalys. We say goodbye to Che the crazy weird dog, who growls when he itches himself and plays hide-and-seek on his own in the shrubbery. Then ...


      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 21, 2014

      54 photos

      ... word for 'beach'. He smiled and said 'si muy bien' meaning 'yes very good'. He then started making a swimming action through the air as though he was at the beach and we all laughed. He was showing us his approval of going to the beach. Before we left he gave us a whole pineapple. He said for 'the playa'. I loved it, he'd given us a whole pineapple to take to the beach skin on and all. Amado called us a cab and a terribly old car pulled in. We climbed inside and I ...

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