Hotel Baie des Anges
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... annoying staff who pointed out the obvious and then wanted a tip. You feel really mean but it just gets so annoying that you can't be left alone. Also the lady on the desk tried to short change us by $10 cuc and she looked so nice! Off to an amazing cathedral which had been hit by the hurricane last October and was under renovation. This time the cleaning staff read the signs out to us. You just can't get away without ...
... t available - no pizza or sandwiches. Unfortunately they cocked up on the order and made one too many vegetable and rice and 1 too few chicken and vegetables. As I was the last man standing I took the reject vegetable fried rice which was delicious. They seem to have this great attitude that if you have 11 diners and 11 meals if you send 1 back then that's that and nothing else happens and you just miss out. That was certainly ...
... would have to wait an extra day before I could head out. Had originally planned to only spend a day in Santiago this time through and spend the extra day in Santiago on the way back to Havana but not to be.
Headed back up the hill to town and wandered into Museo Emilio Baracardi. Seems that this guy had collected a number of artifacts from around the world. This included some mummies and unlike egypt I was able to take some photos. On the way out found a band playing ...
It's been pointed out to me that the title of our blog is a little misleading.Barry has been a trouper and taken full responsibility for the entries to date. So I figured that it's only fair that I take over and contribute once in a while.
It was a 17 hour overnight bus to Santiago.The bus journey was nothing like the luxury we had experienced in Argentina. No one brought us our wine, bingo cards, or meals for that matter. It was a regular coach with a little less ...
I took a tourist taxi this morning to Castillo del Morro. A stunning location overlooking the entrance to Santiago bay and the Caribean sea. Just a beautiful place but so hot, lizards crawling all over the walls and bats hanging out in the dungeons keeping cool and a museum of Caribean pirates, Johnny Depp not among them.
The taxi was something else. Open top Ford built ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility