Carrusel La Granjita
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Santa Clara, like Cienfuegos 2 weeks ago, did not offer a lot because some of the top attractions were closed. I visited the Che mausoleum, walked around the streets and chose to leave a day earlier than planned - to Varadero to relax a bit from all the sightseeing I did during my trip ...
... towards town and find the town
Now we know the way around town…. Tomorrow we only have to find the way out of town…
A brand new casa
We discovered one thing in this town: there are not a whole lot of Casa`s, I don`t know maybe the town has 5-6…. So we checked one out, a brand new place, the room smells and looks like we are the first in it, and the car ...
The Cuban Revolution led by Fidel Castro is a compelling story which is made that much moreso by the ongoing, almost childish, animosity between Cuba and the U.S. It's a part of day-to-day life here and the propaganda is pervasive. We wanted to do our own walk through history and Santa Clara seemed to be as good a spot as any- it's often referred to as the spot of the battle that marked the beginning of the end for the despised Batista regime. Calling it ...
... was left to wait for close to half an hour only to say goodbye at the gate.
This was the first of the female pilots on the trip.
The plane was a little late getting into Toronto but that was no problem as the flight for Montreal didn't leave until 9:15.
Uneventful flight to Montreal (and short).
The Montreal - Santa Clara flight was a different matter. The flight was almost 35 minutes late leaving and it was full, so ...
We had a late start this morning, getting on the bus at 11am. We had a relatively short trip to Santa Clara, with a brief lunch stop about 80kms away from our destination. This city was was made famous in 1958 when the last battle against Battista was launched by Che Guevara. Santa Clara is also known as 'The Heroic City'.
Our first stop in Santa Clara was Revolution Square, which is a huge memorial to Che Guevara. We first went to the museum in ...