Hostal Sonia

Felipe Torres 25, Camaguey, Cuba | Hotel
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Day 5 of Cuba tour - Trinidad to Camaguey

A travel blog entry by calsanders


... of people, very 3rd world. On the way we stop in the valley of the sugar cane mills to visit the highest watchtower in Cuba. It costs 1 CUC to climb up but as we haven't been to the gym recently Ian and I decided to give it a go. It certainly got our heart rate up and the view from the top was spectacular. Loretta and Ralph are keen to see a steam train (as shown in a recent BBC program on Cuba) apparently there was one called Australia which is now used ...

Camagüey: Rodeos & Angklungs

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco


... depends on tourism, biotechnology research, and Cuban professionals working abroad.

When we arrived at the King Ranch, we were welcomed by a procession of vaqueros, or cowboys, who led our bus up the dirt road to the ranch. There we met Vincente, our guide for the day, and the first man I’ve ever met who trained a rooster to crow on command. Vincente shared with us the history of the cattle ranch. The King Ranch was first ...

Camagüey's Artists & Squares

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco


... will agree! When we arrived at the Plaza San Juan for dinner at a neighboring paladar, we crashed a meeting of CamagŁey’s Classic American Car Club! The owners of the “Yank Tanks”—as we’ve learned to call them—were kind enough to show them off, even popping the hoods and revving the engines. Once we had finished dinner, we were shocked to find the cars still there and that we’d be driven back to the hotel in style! It was an evening to ...

Camaguey by bicycle taxi

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra


Hugo our local guide was fantastic. Our tour was by bicycle which meant we sat and a lovely man pedalled us around. We saw the shortest street 18m and heard about the narrowest street which narrowed to 80cm from footpath to footpath. We saw 4 of the squares or plazas. All with a church or cathedral on one side. One which is under re-construction getting ready for February for the 500 year celebration. I don't like their chances. In fact much of the city is being renovated - lets ...

Come away with me to Camaguey

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller


... of each of the significant areas of Camaguey. It was a lot of fun and as we had given our driver some incentive to be always first, we had fun racing along the streets, to our next destination! Despite the failing light we were able to see many parts of this beautiful city before darkness descended. The streets are narrow and better designed for the hundreds of bicycles rather than cars.
Camaguey is another city declared by UNESCO as a world heritage site. ...


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