Address: Jardines del Rey, Cayo Coco, Ciego de Avila Province, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jardines del Rey, Cayo Coco.
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Travel Blogs from Cayo Coco

Moron - Cayo Coco

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 04, 2015

80 photos

... houses, the houses are painted in all kind of colours and are in a little bit better shape, it looks really awesome.
We walk up and down the streets, but it is also not very touristy here, no fancy restaurants, local shops and the locals going around.

Pizza time
At supper we are on the lookout for a place to eat and end up with another super cheap pizza – I think the ...

Double Dutch

A travel blog entry by bignige on Mar 31, 2014

... on the Trent and Mersey canal." Scuppered ! I would have needed more than Dutch courage to blag my way through this situation. Actually we had a very pleasant evening talking about Australia. It's our last day today and we are out on the sun deck again, sitting in the shade again, reading again. We have been reflecting on our first Princess cruise while sipping ...

Day 110/113 - All inclusive / Tot inclòs

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Dec 07, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... are only 4 hotels in the area all owned by the state but managed jointly with a private company, normally Spanish like MeliÓ. These are All inclusive resorts, so we got the bracelet and forgot about the rest. Total relaxation. The girls really needed it. It was a great place for us to spend a few days for us. The beach was nice but the wind was quite strong. As a result, the water was full ...

A taste of the all-inclusive tourism business

A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Jul 27, 2013

14 photos

... fun. Our matches were often very close, but to my satisfaction, I had a bit more luck in the decisive moments and won most matches :-).

To the west of Cayo Coco is a smaller island called Cayo Guillermo, which contains the Playa Pillar, a beach highly recommended in the Lonely Planet. As Cayo Guillermo is also connected via a causeway to Cayo Coco, we were able to take a bus to Playa Pillar, which took about one hour each way, stopping at each and every resort along the way. ...

Day 1.5

A travel blog entry by meredith.wilson on Mar 17, 2012

Got on the Canadian North flight leaving YK at 5 pm. Spent several hours playing driving games and having a beer. Just after midnight got on the red eye to Toronto. So, after thinking the plane was flapping its wings to get here last night we landed in a very foggy Toronto. Bumpy flight, bumpy landing, I am sure that it means a great flight and a smooth landing at our next ...