Hotel Horizontes Herradura
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Horizontes Herradura Varadero
Hotel Herradura is a run down, charming, eclectic, funky, unpretentious soviet style hotel on the Cuba side of Varadero. it has lots of warts, but a lovely staff and the most fantastic stretch of beach right outside. We loved it, even though our door knob fell off.
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... where you can grab a lawn chair, book & mojito and enjoy the
afternoon baking in the sun!
Tonya speaks great English and is always quick to offer advice on tourist attractions and directions. Angelo & Tonya both have many years in the tourist industry and it shows!
The casa is located just off the center of town, and close to the central bus station. It is a safe and quiet neighbourhood (all of Cuba is actually safe!) and the house is
... how beautiful it really was. Chloé loved loved loved splashing in the water with her feet in the paddle boat.
We're now in Havana, but aside from supper and a short stroll near Parque Central, we haven't had the chance to see much. I'm looking forward to discovering this city that I've read so much about. We'll be staying at least two nights, and are thinking of adding Las Terrazas to our itinerary, before making our way to ...
... 8230; we don’t have to walk everywhere, so we got our desert at the dulceria, checked where the bank is, stopped at the souvenir places (why walk when you can drive), went up all the way to the tower, drove through the park like the old 50s tour cars do….
And checking out a restaurant too far to walk… because those we can do later.
Driving non-Cuban way in ...
... desert we went over by the old looking Iglesias towards the big Cuba flag sign – hey we need for sure a picture of this – a proof we were in Cuba.
Time for a quick restarter we are in need of one of those “make you stand-up” coffees before we are going to the beach.
On the Beach in the rain
Today we decided we walk along the sandy ...
... and Fidel is still a hero, posters undoubtedly provided by the man himself. It really is a country being ruled by old men, who refuse to move with the times and are clinging onto the good ole days. Cuba now has strong ties with China and they send students there to study language and culture as the alliance will only get stronger. We got back to The capital and were able to be more appreciative of how beautiful parts of Havana are. It's a bit intense ...