Hotel Colina

501 Calle L, esquina de Calle 27, Havana, Cuba | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 501 Calle L, esquina de Calle 27, Havana, is near Monument to Jose Marti, Plaza Jose Marti, Punta Gorda, and Palacio de Valle.
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    Travel Blogs from Havana

    Havana: Missteps & The Miraculous One

    A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 24, 2014

    26 photos

    ... government and the site of many of Fidel’s speeches. A memorial to José Martí dominates the vast plaza, but more striking are the two gigantic murals it faces: Che with the slogan “Hasta La Victoria Siempre” (Ever Onward to Victory) and Camilo Cienfuegos with “Vas bien Fidel” (You’re doing fine, Fidel)—his famous response to Fidel’s query “Am I doing alright, Camilo?” following a rally in January of ...

    Fearless

    A travel blog entry by gelianig on Nov 12, 2013

    ... their native music group. I want to add that this fun time was without spending any money. So this is a great way to visit when you are on a tight budget.
    There really is no need to spend loads of money to visit Cuba.
    We stayed overnight in Matanzas spending only $25.00 at a residential home, offering an independent room with private bath, air conditioning, private entrance, and very clean.
    I was able to meet relatives that I did ...

    6th to 9th Nov - ¿Habla Habana?

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Nov 06, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... particularly when some naughty pizzerias try to charge 2 cucs! My spanish is comming in handy. The currency is confussing I thought I cracked I thought small shops use the peso and larger ones use cucs....nope I cant figure out the pattern...ill keep on trying. Interestingly cubans use the peso to buy their homes, and this is the currency that will remain after recently announcing cuba is going to one currency. Interlude over.
    as I write this youll be pleased to hear I ...

    Day 98

    A travel blog entry by maccamate52 on Aug 04, 2013

    Had a tour of Havana in a 1955 red Chevrolet with no roof. Went to new Havana, Verdado, Centro Havana and Old Havana (Habana Viajes). It was fascinating! Saw some just sights including where Fidel Castro used to make his speeches, the first Catholic Church in Havana and where Ernest Hemingway used to drink. Met two great people at my casa. Kyle from Wales and Shelly from ...

    Havana Ball

    A travel blog entry by amy_michael on Dec 30, 2012

    22 photos

    ... we were home! Our dinner that night was the usual casa fare of salad, veg and unidentified fish. Hmm... At least it wasn´t a soggy pizza!

    The next day was new years eve, the start of three public holidays in a row (two of which patriotically celebrated Triumph of the Revolution and Victory of Armed Forces Day). We headed into the touristy area to see what was open. After the Capitol building (closed for renovations), Parque de la Fraternidad, ...