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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    More Spanish American Culture, Cuban Live music

    A travel blog entry by nipa.sarma on Jun 12, 2015

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    ... to go, but Sharon has a bad back, so we declined. But definitely, we told the guys that we will think about it..It felt not right to dampen their spirits.

    Our first visit was the temple. It was eerie, but very quiet. The Priest was there, he spoke no English at all. We just looked around the temple. There was a black doll, in a white dress at the entrance. Then there was an alter in the room inside. Photography was allowed, so we took pictures and got out. ...

    Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by liamhum on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... are have very little in and usually only full of 'Havana Club'. The people live on gov handouts and some can buy stuff from the shops. You would think the people would look down trodden but people seem busy and happy enough and seem better off than people in Africa, Asia or South America, with the exception being they have no choice or option and there so not seem to be people doing well, regardless how hard you work! Must start asking more ...

    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 ...

    Day 110 - Sugar cane fields / Cañaverales

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... La Boca, a uns 5 km de Trinidad. És un poblet petit amb dos bars a la platja amb la música alta amb gent bevent rom. Però no us penseu pas que sigui com Menorca això no. Tot el que explico, us ho heu d'imaginar "a la cubana". Trobem una casa particular que fan menjars. Aquí si que és barato.

    El paisatge en cotxe és un no acabar de "cañaverales" - camps de canya de sucre. Ara que ens dirigim cap ...

    A little bit of Cholera..

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Jan 31, 2013

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    ... in their chairs. We walked down to the local tienda to purchase a bottle of Havana Club rum for $1.90 and sat out watching the street life before dinner was served. Our no-named adopted mum with friend pointed to a small table outside they had set up adorned with a feast of chicken thighs and potatoes, rice, black-beans in gravy, tomatoes and cabbage. It was delicious. Murray was in seventh heaven due to the quality and quantity of food which should have served ...