Hostal Luis

Playa Giron, Matanzas, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Playa Giron, Matanzas, is near Bay of Pigs Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Matanzas

    The Bay of Pigs

    A travel blog entry by mdobsonca on Jun 13, 2014

    4 photos

    ... as we go. The trip along Cuba’s highway number 1 was quite interesting as soon as we left Havana we say some pretty large scale crops, lots of Sugar, Corn(Maize), Bananas, Pineapple , Mango and lots of smaller vegetable crops. Most of the work was done manually as workers are plentiful and complex farming machinery expensive and rare. There were stalls all along the road selling the local fare. There were also plenty of people hitching along the highway, ...

    Chapter Fourteen - "Signs of the Times"

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 08, 2014

    1 comment, 35 photos

    Before I get to Havana, I want to show you how different publicity is in Cuba. There are no outdoor billboards advertising Coca Cola or Havana Club rum along the highways. In their place are signs advertising the glories of the revolution. It is as if the only signs you see on U.S. highways are praise for Barack Obama.

    You will smile at some of the examples of the advertising arts that I have discovered along the way with my ...

    Livin Large in Playa Larga

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... about a long block from a sandy beach and about one km from the only hotel (it has a nice beach too, and a bar!) which we have visited many times. On our first visit to the playa, the tide was so low you could stroll out into the water for 30 meters or more and it would still only be ankle deep. There was barely any wave action – if you can even call something 6 inches high a wave – and instead of foam the water showed clear, round bubbles. It ...

    Matanzas City

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 23, 2013

    28 photos

    Coming to Matanzas was a bit of a travelling risk. Not for any crime related reason but it just isn't on the tourist route. That said, our casa is full. Everyone we’ve met along the way kept saying "Matanzas, but why?". Well why was because it didn’t sound all that bad in the LP and we didn’t have enough time to make it to Trinidad by bus and we certainly didn’t want to get into the resort territory of Veradero (Cuba’s answer to Cancun).

    Juniors 30th Bday and wicked diving

    A travel blog entry by juniorandange on Jun 30, 2012

    ... rest of the way down. We had to walk through the cave which was full of bats with all the gear down to the water’s edge, about 250m. The photographers went in first to get the best shots and then we went in with the owner, the water was crystal clear. We went about 32m down through all these caves then back into this open area where we studied the stalactites and stalagmites. It was just amazing to get the chance to do this dive. The ...