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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... I didn't want to take this risk.
I didn't mention the weather a lot in my previous articles but Cuba was bloody hot and humid everywhere. Santiago is the hottest place in the country and it is a big city, not on the coast, so yeah, you can add up few more degrees. It was always around 35-38 °C, with a percentage of humidity that I don't know, but big enough to make you sweat and ruin your clothes within few hundreds metres walking.
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... business has become so in demand; her letter writing process is akin to therapy for her clients. As an example of her work, she read a letter another Road Scholar tour guide asked her to write for his wife—it brought tears to the eyes of more than a few of us. In addition to writing her own letters, Luidmila organizes a number of community arts events in Sancti Spíritus and even established an international contest of love letters, which received 5, 243 entries this past ...
... we had lunch at the base house, then went to our homes. As we walked in our house we met a man putting on his pants with no shirt. The owner said he is a designer and there was an assistant and two models. Next we went up to the terris with the owner and the dog. We had some tea then relaxed in bed. After about an hour, David came by with the group to pick us up. We walked with him to the center square and went to the terrace of a nice hotel ...
... That night im taking a 10 hourbus journey to Santiago de Cuba, the next biggest city after Habana. Mikael hosts me for the evening where I meet his family, and eat tea with them, so welcoming, a true gent. At the bus station Hector is waiting for me with some photos from our nights out, with a message of 'To my dearest friend stuart, safe travels and best regards to all the welsh women!' he asked me the previous night if I can bring a 40 year old welsh lady to meet ...
... to keep out of the heat. We made the sea/port our first stop. Amazing to see a port with no ships in it. Then up the hill via the pan America store which sold twin tub washing machines, bedroom furniture, some clothes, small appliances and in another section limited groceries. The same queues and assistants who take their time. Up the hill to the oldest house in Cuba the Casa Velazquez. It had nice furniture and china ...