Blau Privilege Cayo Libertad Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... where you can grab a lawn chair, book & mojito and enjoy the
afternoon baking in the sun!
Tonya speaks great English and is always quick to offer advice on tourist attractions and directions. Angelo & Tonya both have many years in the tourist industry and it shows!
The casa is located just off the center of town, and close to the central bus station. It is a safe and quiet neighbourhood (all of Cuba is actually safe!) and the house is
... was a sign with Matzanas and Varadero… so I think it is possible to assume that when we are finally in the Matzanas province that there would be a turn-off sign coming for those 2 important cities???? But the last time we saw anything besides Havana was around Sancta Clara… every little far away little town had a turn off but not Matzanas or Varadero. So maybe we should have gone ...
... caves… and we got told the cave paintings were done before Columbus arrived here…. We got a large flashlight, so we could find them, otherwise the flashlight was not really needed since the cave had lots of holes in the ceiling, where light and tree roots came in, real funky… so through a tunnel into a large saloon from there to a large inside opening with a ...
... finally arrived, packed my belongings and head back to the reception. Waiting for my bus back to the airport while I was talking to the other travelers also head back to the airport.
Got to the line up, waited for my turn - got my passport stamp and heading to the waiting area. Thursday, Nov 28, 2015, 12 am, my plane has arrived. Sitting there waiting for it to take off, I was thinking all the people I have met.
I will return to Cuba one day but it can be Holguin.
... the sea move and swirl and change from color to color is better entertainment than nearly anything I can think of. This beach is why this place- Varadero- is so special.
It’s easy to navigate around here – this peninsula is about 4 blocks wide (Avenida 1 – 4) and 70 blocks long (Calle 1 – 70). At around Calle 56 or so, things begin to change – the older run down hotels stop and a series of expensive, ...