Hostal La Buganvilia
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... casa in Havana. With no hostels people typically stay in hotels and or "Casa Particulares" which are people's homes. Because I am travelling with 5 people we have been lucky and are finding cheap deals everywhere and are yet to pay over $10 per night for private rooms with 2 or 3 of us in each. After our first boring city failure we decided to head to Trinidad which is famous for nice beaches and a very well known club called "the cave". Havana city and lack of ...
... a cheaper option around because I couldn't afford the 25 CUC, and again, they happily offered me to stay for 10 CUC, thanks m'dam.
The town is really cute, not many tourists around, a calm relaxing place, perfect after hectic times, perfect before finishing by some more busy time in Havana.
I got my **** kicked at chess with old locals. I went for a long run to the beach, I know, that sounds stupid in this crazy hot weather but ...
... finding a good restaurant. In Coyoacan we visited the Diego Rivera Museum, which is his collection of pre-hispanic artifacts housed in awe-inspiring stone castle that he designed. We also stepped into La Casa Azul, where Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera had lived. Some of the rooms were adorned with Kahlo and Diego's paintings and others looked as they had when they lived there. On another day, when walking around the Palacio Nacional in the center ...
... clothing. The scene is lively, but soon the crowd becomes overwhelming....time for us to move on.
We taxi to Colonia Coyoacan, another nearby popular neighborhood. One of the major draws to the neighborhood is the home and now museum of Frida Kahlo which we did not see because of the slow moving line. The walk back to the Metro Bus line took us through a peaceful ...
... and the historic heart of the capital (and I do mean the beating heart + the templo mayor where the Aztecs regularly practiced human sacrifice is just around the corner) The Zocalo by the way is dominated at the mo by an ice skating rink and a huge christmas tree sponsored by pepsi along with some rather incongruous fake snow and christmas accompliments + not quite sure what your average mexican makes of a reindeer! Weve enjoyed a couple of lonely planet ...