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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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... In 1997 his remains were unearthed In Bolivia from a mass grave and brought to Cuba
- We cannot be sure of having something to live for unless we are willing to die for it.
- I am not a liberator. Liberators do not exist. It exists when people liberate themselves
- The revolution is not ...
... countries (with limited success) until he was killed by Bolivian troops (and/or the CIA as claimed by Cuba). The bodies of Che and his fellow rebels in Bolivia were returned to Cuba and are interred in the Santa Clara mausoleum and memorial. After our visit, while I may not agree with his approach, you do come away with a respect for a man that was so thoroughly dedicated to the fight for the oppressed and exploited.
... Did the nice man say free mojito? Why yes, I believe he did!
On our last night in Santa Clara we decided to try the restaurant with the free mojito. On the way there we were approached by another jinetero that we met at the local gay bar while looking for the drag shows. He was a fine example of hustler and shake down artist. Out of curiosity we let him show us a local place that was "berry good and berry cheap! No expenseeve for you". Before you know it he had us ...
... a fridge well-stocked with beer and soft drinks. (1 CUC for a beer, a lot cheaper than North American hotel mini bar prices).
Enjoyed a beer in the lovely courtyard after ordering my dinner. The travel websites advise that often the casas have better food for a more reasonable price than the restaurants.
Decided to go for a walk to the town square, which was hopping, it being a Saturday night, and guess what? Got lost. I asked ...
... were decorations around the tops of the doors. We were absolutely taken aback with the beauty of this room.
We walked out still in awe and walked over to the Museum of Decorative Arts. Despite being a little expensive, plus an extra charge to take photos, we had an English-speaking guide take us through room by room. I could not believe my eyes. The house belonged to a sugar baron, who had a penchant for fine goods imported from France, ...