Hostal Colonial La Francia
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... with ensuite fitted with jacuzzi bath for only $15 per night and us feeling as though we had splurged for a perfect Christmas !! After an inspection of the town we have discovered that the not so touristy but firework festival destination is one of which does not have internet available. This is not ideal for one who has a worrying mother as I will enter my 3rd week with no outside or home contact and now over Christmas... I assessed all options including ...
... lost until a tour came along & we tagged along to get a little closer to the monument. Through over hearing or eaves dropping we found out that Che’s remains were inside one of the huge decorated concrete blocks that made up the monument. The monument & the surrounding area was impressive & fitting for a national hero. I couldn’t help but wonder if Cuba would have been better had Che not left to continue the fight for revolution across all the americas. For ...
... portrayed through the murals were bleeding obvious it was a shame we do not understand enough Spanish to make sense of the accompanying quotations. On the way back to our casa we took some time out to eat an ice cream in the central plaza while we sat and people watched. We then returned to our room where we had a quiet rum while planning our remaining time in Cuba. We are becoming a ...
... the locals, but the locals used them too and the operator obviously could use the money. A bici taxi is a bicycle front welded to two wheels at the back with two passenger seats in between. Once we toured the square and the local church, we sipped a pair of mohitos and ate lunch at a sidewalk café. On one of the local back streets we happened to meet a local journalist who was anxious to talk to us. He invited us into his home and we chatted for about ...
We stopped here in Santa Clara on the way back to Havana, mainly to visit the Che Guevera Monument. It's the biggest statue of a man I've ever seen, and it tops a museum full of photos with propagandist captions about how pitiful Cuba was before the Revolution, and how wonderful it is now. I don't mean to pass judgement on the Cuban system (I haven't earned the right), but the country's museums certainly don't present balanced viewpoints ...
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