Hotel Colina

Address: 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

        Finding Our Feet in Havana

        A travel blog entry by wasagadave on Jan 29, 2016

        12 photos

        Sunwing lumps it's Havana travelers with the more numerous Veradero clients on charter planes landing in Veradero. It may be that the Havana Airport is limited to scheduled flights. This meant a two-hour ride for us on a modern Chinese-built coach serving four hotels. We were stop three. A language student on work term acted as tour rep for the …

        Havana, Cuba

        A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Sep 21, 2015

        19 photos

        ... Well Cuba is like stepping back in time. The cars, buses and trucks are all from the 50's and 60's and some look like they haven't had a service since then, while others are beautifully restored. It's like stepping onto a movie set and a photographers dream. Harry who loves old cars and once restored and cherished a 1963 BelAir was in car heaven. The taxi driver giggled away as we kept squealing with delight every time a beautiful vintage car drove past (which ...

        The Malecón, still very Cuban

        A travel blog entry by nyukwha on May 15, 2015

        5 photos

        ... When (for a reason never mentioned) the grave was opened some years later, the body was still intact – a definite sign of sanctity in the catholic church - and the baby was lying in her arms. After this milagro people started flocking to this grave daily, often bringing flowers.

        The cemetery is one of the stops on the T1 hop-on-hop-off tourist bus and so why not use that opportunity to get there and in the same go to see more of what ...

        Viva la havana siempre

        A travel blog entry by domhnall on Jan 27, 2015

        ... right side was almost finished its restoration, which was in huge contrast to the left, unrestored, side. a lot of the buildings are in desperate need for restoration, paint, and repairs. once done, havana could be one of the coolest looking cities in north america. the classic cars are everywhere, intermixed with russian and european cars from the 70s and 80s (perhaps those are also allowed to be called "classic" by now as well), ...

        Chapter Sixteen - Architecture

        A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 10, 2014

        1 comment, 34 photos

        ... the construction of the Vedado district (begun in1859). This whole neighbourhood is littered with set back well-proportioned buildings.

        Since1st January 1959, the day Castro took power, Havana's skyline has hardly altered. After the fall of the former Soviet Union, Cuba had to rely heavily on its own resources and many projects begun in the 1980s had to be halted and still remain unfinished today.

        Since Old Havana was made a ...