Casa Marianela y Luis

Calle 95 n0 29402, Matanzas, 40100, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Matanzas

Three days in Matanzas, the Athens of Cuba

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Jun 15, 2014

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Chapter Fourteen - "Signs of the Times"

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 08, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

Before I get to Havana, I want to show you how different publicity is in Cuba. There are no outdoor billboards advertising Coca Cola or Havana Club rum along the highways. In their place are signs advertising the glories of the revolution. It is as if the only signs you see on U.S. highways are praise for Barack Obama.

You will smile at some of the examples of the advertising arts that I have discovered along the way with my ...

Slavery Museum

A travel blog entry by lasallelgu on Mar 07, 2013

... It was a strange experience. I would much rather have deities of protection portrayed in a Herculean manner. The most important deity of Santeria, rather than being the deity of creation, was the deity of history. I suppose the emphasis of a deity of history was fitting, given that this Afro-Cuban religious exhibit was located in a slavery ...

A Bit of R & R

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Jan 27, 2012

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... allowed down this peninsula are hotal staff; the omnipresent police and their black mariahs at the peninsula entrance ensure that this remains so. It really is a world apart from the island or indeed anything that represents the true Cuba and it clearly serves a purpose. All hotels in Cuba are licensed by the government or owned by the government. The foreign currency that these hotels generate is extremely valuable to the Cuban economy and I guess they wish ...

Jeep safari, speed boats and swimming in a cave

A travel blog entry by tadzyla on Sep 19, 2011

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... stalactites and stalagmites. Everything very interesting, but we feel better walking over the ground, not under.
After visiting cave, we crossed Matanzas city streets and drove to another Saturn's cave. For my self more interesting was to watch all those old cars on the roads. Not even American, but I recognized some old cars from Russia and Poland. It's unbelievable how they still using 40-50 years old car for every ...

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