Hostal Dona Hilda

Address: Carretera Pinar del Rio KM 25, no. 4, Vinales, Pinar del Rio, Cuba | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Carretera Pinar del Rio KM 25, no. 4, Vinales, is near Vinales Valley, Guayabita del Pinar Liqueur Factory, and Francisco Donatien Cigar Factory.
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    Travel Blogs from Vinales

    Vinales Valley

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 21, 2015

    82 photos

    ... the small plants for provide the leaves for inside of the cigar.

  • In the drying house we saw how they hang the leaves where they dry for 45 days before they get rolled.
  • We also know by now that the Cohita cigar is the best and most expensive cigar in Cuba: a box of 25 cigars is 490 US Dollars… and we got one of those famous cigars for free (If it is a real one???)

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    Gear Envy

    A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Feb 10, 2014

    17 photos

    ... torrential downpours, for which we had to stop cycling and take shelter as best we could under trees.

    Two days after we left Viņales, I got a flat tire. As I pulled over under a tree among the rooting pigs to start doing the repair, I had a premonition that when I looked inside the tire, I would find that the tire liner that I had bought and put in just before leaving Vancouver would be gone. My premonition was correct. It had been removed in the truing process. ...

    Home Away from Home--the Cuban Casa Particular

    A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Feb 08, 2014

    16 photos

    ... be able to tell me about how to get to the port for Cayo Levisa when he got home from work later, but we didn’t talk about much else—my Spanish is still quite limited.

    I was expecting a teenager to get out of the van that pulled in to the yard to drop off the “muchacho” just after 6:00 as we were sitting in the outdoor restaurant/bar shelter eating our huge dinner of lobster, rice, black beans, fried banana chips (other houses ...

    My favorite part of cuba: the countryside

    A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Oct 24, 2013

    20 photos

    ... mansions or swanky hotels. Maybe they would be destroyed for mining or flattened for shopping centers. But here in Cuba, these mountains can remain calm. No foreign investors will develop on the soil, no company will desecrate the plants. There are many pros and cons to Cuba's communism and socialism, but here in the countryside I see a life that I could feel good about living - one that respects the earth and intelligently and sustainably provides ...

    Home-made cigars & Mick Dundee

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 19, 2013

    5 photos

    ... we would see a smaller tobacco farm later in the morning. We then were shown a couple of tree rats that were in a small cage. They look a little like possums without a tail. Like possums, they are protected and it is illegal to eat them. They eat corn. I am still wondering why these two nice fat tree rats are in a cage!
    We continued on our way along narrow paths. We would be going through many small farms and the national park during the next three hours. ...