Hostal Las Americas

Address: Bartolome Maso Street #157 Sur (main road) btw Cuba and Cuartel Sts, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bartolome Maso Street #157 Sur (main road) btw Cuba and Cuartel Sts, Sancti Spiritus.
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Travel Blogs from Sancti Spiritus

Sancti Spíritus: Guayaberas & Love Letters

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 21, 2014

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This morning we left Camagüey and headed out on the open road for Sancti Spíritus, one of the original settlements of Cuba. We settled in on the bus to watch “The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil,” an excellent documentary about the methods Cuba used to pull itself out of the Special Period, and how Cuba will be a model for the world when oil reaches peak production and shortages occur. When the Soviet Union fell and the “Special Period” ...

22nd to 24th november - Sancti Spiritus

A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Nov 22, 2013

15 photos

... he then takes the mick repeatedly until I say enough I no longer find it funny, he then has the cheak to ask for a beer! This instance aside I have a good night with hector hes pretty loco!

The next morning mikael picks me up and I meet the sancti crew, I ask mikael if he understands the article about craig luebben, he says no, so I manage to translate the opening paragraph which is a tribute to craig as he died in 2009. In the opening paragraph, the ...

Don’t waste your time going here

A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Jul 30, 2013

5 photos

... said: Nothing much! After one hour we had visited all the places listed in the Lonely Planet, except for the small museums which we were not interested in. The top attraction in this decent sized town (yes it has 100.000 inhabitants) was the Puente Yayabo, a bridge across the dirty and stinky Yayabo River, which had been built by the Spanish colonists in 1815 and is now a national monument. Wow! Since the next bus to Santa Clara only left at 3 pm in ...

Cuba libre glass 2

A travel blog entry by erikpihl on Dec 01, 2012

33 photos

... what we found. No other tourists were seen.

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An Aquatic Horse & Tough Love

A travel blog entry by brent_n_dani on Oct 02, 2012

1 comment, 31 photos

... wherever in all the different types of transport Cuba has to offer like walking, riding bikes, being carried on a bike, horse & cart taxis, ox & cart, 1950´s motorbikes with side cars, 1950´s classic cars, 1970´s Russian sedans, 1970´s single cylinder Russian motorbikes & best of all 1950´s yellow American school buses.

We made our way back to town via a pedestrian bridge & stopped to watch the raging river that was especially ...