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

    El Nicho mountain cool pools

    A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on May 28, 2015

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    ... first but it was amazing with a cold beer. The ribs were fried and the black rice was amazing. Highly recommend. We hung out here for quite some time on the island and just chilled in the cooler air before heading back to the very warm 35C Cienfuegos.

    We arrived back in Cienfuegos at our homestay B&B to find fresh lobster waiting for us. Amazing everything we had at this B&B was caught fresh that day (the fish I mean).
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    Rest of the Island

    A travel blog entry by ecjt on May 28, 2015

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    ... to built in the 1990's before its collapsed. That is when the subsidies from the USSR stopped and left Cuba in a real financial crisis, forcing the government to partially open the economy, allowing private restaurants, guest houses so that the Cuban can survive. Also visited a protective reserve with a few colonies of red flamingoes. After a two day stay we headed towards Trinidad, a UNESCO PROTECTED Spanish colonial town. Before we arrive we spend a afternoon at the best beach ...

    Late afternoon colours

    A travel blog entry by nyukwha on Apr 27, 2015

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    ... hour walk and, yes, you could do so, but that is to ruin a very nice slow stroll. Especially during the sunset hours when the casco viejo reflects the colours beautifully. The advantage also is that it doesn’t look that dirty anymore. For a Unesco World Heritage area the streets are not kept clean enough, really.















    The main drag towards the Plaza Mayor is lined ...

    Day 4 of Cuba tour -Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... Ely is unable to get them into our beach hotel even if they paid for it themselves as it is fully booked. So they refuse to come out with us on the tour around the town. The town -which looked pretty poverty stricken yesterday when we arrived, looks much prettier in the bright morning sunshine. The streets are cobbled and remind me of the ancient city of Antigua in Guatemala, some of the buildings are very old and have not changed. It's ...

    Trinidad: cobbled streets and salsa beats

    A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Oct 14, 2013

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    ... ciabatta rolls were brought to our table almost instantly after ordering and they were warm and fresh and delicious. They even have olive oil, balsamic vinegar and Tabasco (and after a month in the Carribean this is a big deal!). - fresh baked bread from the bakery and cheese sold by weight from a hole in the wall make a great and cheap lunch option. And of course there's the greasy pizza... Sights: - La Casa De La Musica: every night a band plays here and all the salsa ...