Hostal La Buganvilia

Address: Andres del Rio St. #46, Remedios, 52700, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Andres del Rio St. #46, Remedios, is near Alameda Central, Tlapanochestli, Museo de Geologia del Instituto Politecnico Nacional, and Funny Land.
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      Travel Blogs from Remedios

      Quiet Town For A Change

      A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jul 10, 2014

      27 photos

      ... I tried few times, llying, I failed and I failed again trying to go from Santiago to Santa Clara. The price difference is huge, like 20 times cheaper maybe, because funded by the gov. The other trick that worked and that I used was to share a taxi with locals (cheaper and faster than the touristic bus) but it was sometimes hard to find direct ones for long distance.

      Then, for short distance, you have independent cattle truck that take ...

      Did you enjoy the Magazines?

      A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Jan 21, 2013

      I think we have all asked that question, knowing that we shouldn't. Why? Because most householders have not actually read the magazines you left with them on your last visit and they will either,
      1- suddenly remember the magazine the threw on the pile of papers by the door
      2- come up with some excuse as to why they did not have time to read them or
      3- star blankly at you and say "No"....awkward.

      I was shocked the first time I heard a ...

      City of Culture, Churches, Synagogues & Streetlife

      A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 15, 2011

      74 photos

      ... institutions than most of the major cities in the world! He also told us where we should not be walking after dark which was exactly where we had discussed not going :-) This was one of those times that it really would have been a lot better if we had more than just Spinglish but at least we did have enough between us to understand most of what he told us. We finally went back to our table and had a lovely cup of coffee :-)

      As it was our last night, we had ...

      Mexico City: it makes Saigon seem peaceful

      A travel blog entry by conchwillow on Aug 07, 2011

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... flops. For two reasons, 1) walking for miles in flip flops is criminal for the arches, and 2) standing out like a sore thumb in a crowd enabled one friendly drunken vagrant to follow us across the Zocalo Square, take me by the arm and refuse to let go until Ana, bless her, gently persuaded him to do so. Ana seemed a bit embarrassed but of course it was all my own fault for trying to look like a beach bum. More of ...

      Playing with Fire

      A travel blog entry by stanlee84 on Dec 24, 2010

      23 photos

      ... br>

      We spent the afternoon indulging in Cuban cigars, street food and beer literally by the bucket. The markets were crowded with people and pickpockets, which we had been warned about by our host family. Despite this, Brad 'Jefe de Información' (a nicknamed earnt by the utter confused state he and others are left in after his attempts of soliciting information about anything), managed to ...