Hostal Dr Lara y Sra Yuda

Address: Camillo Cienfuegos 118, Trinidad, 62600, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Camillo Cienfuegos 118, Trinidad.
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    Travel Blogs from Trinidad

    Recovery in Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jul 10, 2015

    Was meant to head down to the beach but even though I was awake I pulled out. Probably as good a place as any to laze around but I decided I preferred to sleep in the aircon rather than the hot sand. Was just feeling lazy really. From the others said it was lovely.Had a couple of beers on the stairs in the evening. Reading The Sun Also Rises at the moment which is a nice fit though wish I had The Old Man ...

    Sampling early Spanish Colonial experience

    A travel blog entry by nipa.sarma on Jun 11, 2015

    15 photos

    ... didnčt understand his intentions, but he pointed at my suitcase, so we took him. The first stop was a Cadeca. Two
    people can go in at one time and it's locked after a client gets in. Sharon
    went in first while I waited with Luis. He was old but very
    knowledgeable...talked about Champlain when I said I was from Montreal
    and then talked about Victoria, when Sharon said she was from Vancouver.
    He was a cute little old man. He ...

    Trip to Cuban Hinterland

    A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jul 04, 2014

    15 photos

    ... than ski field access and the Eagles nest road in Bavaria. The Russian trucks eat up the hills though - they have got some serious gearing. You can probably start off in fifth gear! We saw a lot in two days, and it was the best way to see the country in the time we had, with dos Nino's in tow! Fellow passengers were impressed with how the boys coped (i.e. 5 hour drive, sightseeing, hassles from touts...), and their enthusiasm. Drew came ...

    Chapter Eight - Sancti Spiritus and Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 01, 2014

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... the square had been transformed, though now missing the lovely trees that I had witnessed on my first visit. It will take a long time for the new trees to replace them.

    Trinidad had always been the crown jewel of colonial cities, and reminds me of Antigua Guatemala. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and well deserved. ...

    A Colourful City

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jan 04, 2014

    2 photos

    ... was soon packed, with people dancing to the mix of International hits, accompanied by the videos played on large screens above the crowd. It wasn't a big place, but with a cavernous ceiling and throbbing beats, there was definitely an atmosphere. The night ended with a drizzle soaked walk home back along the many cobbled streets and it was agreed a good day was had by all. The following day we were on the move again, for our last swift stop before returning to ...