Horizontes Playa Larga

Address: Barrio Playa Larga, km 32, Matanzas, Cuba | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Barrio Playa Larga, km 32, Matanzas.
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        Travel Blogs from Matanzas

        Adventures on the blue bus

        A travel blog entry by valetroy on Oct 23, 2015

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        ... and had told us previously that they'd been ordered not to pick up any more hitch hikers (presumably by the police,) which was in contrast to Sarah and her boyfriend (the English couple in Vinales) who had hitch hikers thrust upon them (again, presumably by the police). Hitch hiking is alive and thriving in Cuba!

        The dive site had no beach, just rocks to jump off but there were sunbeds for hire so Leonie and ...

        Tropical fish and onto Havana

        A travel blog entry by juliawol on Sep 10, 2015

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        ... reserve which was described as a Paradiase to us. We waited by the roadside in the heat and drove in a bus for 15min to the spot, paied 15CUC for al inclusive day. Really good value for us but expensive by Cuban standards. As we walked in, the view of the sea was lovely, but there was noone there, no guests and hardly any staff and many broken plastic loungers. First impressions - no service, and an aged 70s resort that was once luxury. But the first snorkelling swim blew my mind - ...

        Playa Larga

        A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Apr 28, 2015

        ... for was called The Martian, aout a guy stranded on Venus. Only kidding he was stranded on Mars. It's won a couple of awards I think. It is pretty good, well written and absorping, with lots of technical detail that all sounds researched and plausible.

        When dusk hit, I did some basic body weight exercises (my neck is finally better hurrah!) before going for a very short very sweaty interval run. Working out feels good. Speaking of sweaty, it is a general ...

        5 Fevrier - Matanza

        A travel blog entry by loveplaytravel on Feb 16, 2015

        ... we arrived and I took both kids to the park. I was struggling with crossing the street on a busy intersection with no stop sign or traffic light, and someone crossed the street simply to help me. I had a lovely conversation with an abuela (grand-mother) at the park, and even if we barely understood each other, she smiled and left me with "Te Quiero" (I love you). I'm constantly surprised at how helpful the Cubans are and how they ...

        Playa Giron

        A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 25, 2015

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        ... the locals.

        Playa los Cocos:
        already earlier we discovered this beach where you can drive your car right on the beach… but better safe than sorry, all valuables are locked in the car, so what to do with the key when we both go snorkeling…. So we buried the key in the sand underneath a little coral near the tree base… and guess what ...