La Nueva Era

Simon Bolivar street # 518 between Juan M. Marquez & Fernando H. Echerri , Sancti Spiritus, Cuba | Hotel
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Don’t waste your time going here

A travel blog entry by steffen102


An unplanned stop in Sancti Spiritus

Back in Ciego de Avila in the early afternoon, we wanted to immediately continue our travel westwards to the city of Santa Clara. Unfortunately independent and spontaneously planned travelling has its advantages and sometimes, as it was now the case, its difficulties. Despite Ciego de Avila being praised in the Lonely Planet as the regions efficient transport hub, the little town was a logistical disaster. When ...

Beautiful Cuba

A travel blog entry by vmason


... and people spontaneously doing the tango. And then finally onward to his friend’s house (“esta mi prima amiga”) where I met her whole family and was invited in for a glass of rum (which I promptly downed like a shot, a feat that amazed my hosts and caused a lot of laughter – ah, you can take the girl out of Canada…apparently that’s not how it’s done there but I sensed that they respected me either because of or despite my swigging). But what ...

The Last Hurrah

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller


... a long time, but we eventually made our accommodation in Soroa. Our accommodations were little huts on top of a hill - and boy, it was hard work trying to climb the hills with our luggage. Fortunately, a porter came along and I gladly gave him the change out of Tom's pocket without even counting it!
We set out for the restaurant associated with the hotel for a late dinner before retiring in front of the TV to watch more CNN US presidential inauguration ...

Hemingway & Marti!

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller

... up to assist with feeding the people. The result is a number of organic fruit and vegetable gardens set up in the most unusual places in the centre of the city. Apparently they are all through the country, but it was good to see these similar to what were featured on the TV series. We then went through the suburbs, again all built by the Americans in the 1950's in the Vedado section of the city. Vedado means 'forbidden' and ...

An Aquatic Horse & Tough Love

A travel blog entry by brent_n_dani


... what seemed to be an abandoned highway that runs north to south, our bus weaves its way along the sections of asphalt, whilst the horse & carts bounce along on a separate but very well worn dirt track just off to the side. Dani slept most of the way.

We were up for a stroll so when we did arrive to our destination we walked the 3 kilometers into town hauling our backpacks of course. Looking for any sign of a hostel or casa we stumble across ...


This hotel, located on Simon Bolivar street # 518 between Juan M. Marquez & Fernando H. Echerri , Sancti Spiritus, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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