Hotel Acuazul

Address: Primera Avenida e/ Calle 13 y Calle 14, Varadero, Cuba | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Primera Avenida e/ Calle 13 y Calle 14, Varadero, is near Acuavida Spa Talaso, Iglesia Parroquial de la Santisima Trinidad, Inglesia de Nuestra Senora de la Merced, and Casa Natal del Mayor (Ignacio Agramonte).
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      Life's a beach

      A travel blog entry by josephjuliatrip on Jan 22, 2015

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      ... beans which is the only thing they got loads of but on the plus side beer is cheaper then water :). Cuba been a real good country but it a very different country compare to other places we been too nearly everything's government run and owned so it hard to shop and find good places to eat too but what a beautiful place. It probable been one of the most safest country I've every been too and cheap rum too Havana club 1 liter 3 dollars... We if to Havana in a few days so talk ...

      The adopted son, called Che

      A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Dec 20, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... snaps before we return to our car and drive towards Santa Clara the town that, in 1958 Che Guevara and his band of Guerillas won the final battle against the dictator Batista which marked the end of Batistas' reign. Ches' mausoleum is in the centre of town at the Plaza de la Revolucion - his remains were finally laid to rest, 30 years after his death by the C.I.A. in Bolivia in 1967 he was just 39 years old- the stunning monuments and museum were opened on the 30th anniversary of ...

      Resort Dogs and Cats end up Dead!

      A travel blog entry by on Nov 21, 2014

      2 photos

      ... staff members and the next day I spoke to Juan the manager who said not to worry and if it happened again to say I was family. I had fully intended to spend a lot more time at this resort. I spent a lot of time with Angel and thought she had a good life there as a resort dog. I gave a letter to the manager offering to take her home and have her spayed and then I would bring her back. There was one man and another couple who wanted to adopt her. I knew ...

      First time in Cuba

      A travel blog entry by paradiseblogger on Nov 20, 2014

      ... lacking. Lucky I brought my own condiments since based from what I was reading - it is a must. After an hour, I left the room and continued my explore. I got tired and eventually went back to my room. I turned on the TV and I start flipping the channels and I all they have was TV shows in Spanish. Did not mind it, I left the TV on and unpack my things. I put all the things I have that belong in the bathroom and in the room. Afterwards, made my way back out and head to the bar. I ...


      A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Oct 28, 2013

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      ... who speak Spanish. Here, we've spent out time laying on the beach, playing volleyball and eating. Funny and somewhat irritating that this is "class." After living in Merida, it is a bit uncomfortable and not as fun to be a typical tourist. I don't know if I'll ever really want to be a typical tourist again after these experiences. But for now, we'll rest and enjoy our last day in Cuba. Tomorrow is a long day of travel back home, and just in time for Dia de los muertos!