Hostal Luis

Address: 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

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      ... the world.

      We stayed in a house right on the beach called Casa Mesa, the hostess was amazingly friendly and accommodating, this was the case will all the Casa Particulares we stayed at in Cuba.

      The next day we dived at the Casa de las Peces (the house of fish), as you can imagine, lots of fish and amazing visibility, this was the best visibility I had seen so far in the Caribbean. While the diving seemed a little adhoc, the dive instructor was ...

      Livin Large in Playa Larga

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 04, 2014

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      ... were limited at the cenote, we ended up having our first Cuban “hamberguesa”, which turned out to be satisfactory and cheap. I wonder what will happen to Cuba as people begin to be successful at their own enterprises. For instance, the gent who rented the lounge chairs at the beach probably rented out 20 while we were there. That’s close to the value of one month’s wages and he just laid back (literally) and collected money. I will ...

      FIDEL CASTRO SLEPT HERE

      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Feb 12, 2014

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      ... to see their printing press and were shown an old Xerox copier; apparently, it wasn't clear, the pages are hand-lettered the old-fashioned way and then reproduced by machine.

      Across the street, housed in an elegant French-style building, an old pharmacy dating from 1882, La Farmacia Francesa Triollett, is now the Pharmacy Museum. It was fascinating to see the old receipt books, compounding equipment, pill molds, label drawers, a distiller, powders, ...

      Jeep safari, speed boats and swimming in a cave

      A travel blog entry by tadzyla on Sep 19, 2011

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      ... stalactites and stalagmites. Everything very interesting, but we feel better walking over the ground, not under.
      After visiting cave, we crossed Matanzas city streets and drove to another Saturn's cave. For my self more interesting was to watch all those old cars on the roads. Not even American, but I recognized some old cars from Russia and Poland. It's unbelievable how they still using 40-50 years old car for every ...

      The smallest bird in the world

      A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Apr 29, 2011

      ... and when we dressed headed back to the poolside café for another delicious late lunch.

      Petrol had run quite low and there’s none in Playa Larga so it was a drive back to the motorway, followed by a stop at the odd tourist centre at Guama, with its reconstructed Indian village and possible zoo. We weren’t interested in the attractions but we did spend an amusing hour in the bar overlooking the water, identifying the various herons and listening to ...