Hotel Baie des Anges
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Was Cuba then independent?
- Cuban’s were invited in the peace treaty involving their country in Paris in 1898
- Cuba became independent with conditions: the US had the right to intervene military in Cuba whenever they saw it fit. The US got the right for a naval base ...
Ian is not well today. He has woken up aching all over. He has had an upset stomach for a few days, I think it's a combination of this and heat stroke. It was in the high thirties in Camaguey and will be again here today. I have taken to using my umbrella as a parasol it works better than a hat which sticks to your head. Today we are touring the city and start off at the Revolution Square where there is now a massive monument to the fallen heroes, a "machete" for each one and a huge ...
... literature, physics, math, English, computers, etc. While it’s free for children to participate in the arts in Cuba, a student must demonstrate superior talent to continue their practice past the elementary level. In order to be admitted to this particular school, a student must audition before a board of professors, and once accepted, the student must pass each course with 85%. After four years of study at the pre-university school, the students are ...
... We could also see many farmhouses in the area still without their roofs.
Also in the park are a number of coffee plantations. We visited one called Cafetal la Isabelica, which is a museum showing the workings of the original coffee plantation, which was set up initially in the late 1700s by a French landowner who fled from Haiti during a slave uprising. Wishing to keep his slaves, he moved across to Cuba, where it was still ...
What a day we have had today!
We started the day with a bus trip to see some of the best-known places around Santiago de Cuba. Our first stop was the magnificent Castillo del Morro, which is a large castle declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. We were able to view first hand the buildings, which are generally in their original state, with the exception of the floorboards, which were replaced in 1961. We climbed to ...