Hotel El Colony

Address: Carretera Siguanea Km 42, Cuba | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Carretera Siguanea Km 42, Cuba.
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    Travel Blogs from Cuba

    2 days at Sea

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Mar 31, 2015

    10 photos

    ... while today at 1400 hours about 60% of them were.

    Here is a bit more information about the Eclipse, on which we are sailing. The ship is 1041 feet long, with a beam of 121 feet. It accommodates 2850 passengers. There is a buffet, a main dining room and four specialty restaurants. We’re using the specialty restaurants and avoiding the main dining room. Tonight we had fantastic filet mignon steaks, ...

    Wonderful, changing Cuba.

    A travel blog entry by lorriem on Mar 13, 2015

    ... and pineapple as live barriers; mixed planting; crop rotation. In effect much of ‘o’ level geography, UK, 1965!
    All of the farming seems to be done by oxen and primitive ploughs, and transport mainly horse and trap. Animals roam freely (cows, goats, etc) to glean food, they are fed back home in the evening, so apparently they do return.




    We picked up a tour guide, but the walking was short and slow (4 miles?), ...

    Cubastards!

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Feb 20, 2015

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... all our bags and made the driver pedal for his supper. Our first job on arriving at Havana Central was to get 'confirmed'. I had no idea how to do this and it was pretty much impossible to tell which of the ten or so platforms was the train to Santiago but at least I could see several ticket-office style windows that made me think I should probably queue up at them. The station was packed. Of the three windows open I queued up at the first. Ten minutes later I reached the desk and ...

    Villa Santo Domingo

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 08, 2015

    68 photos

    ... anymore, but we could walk around discover more pathways and little huts whatever they were for

  • The kitchen: We come to the main kitchen, inside a table, some cupboards and a bar out back..... I mean it’s fairly small when you think they cooked (or whatever they call it) for 200 people here.
  • Fidel Castro’s houseAnd then finally we got told the ...

  • Remedios - Caibarien - Cayo Santa Maria

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 02, 2015

    81 photos

    ... on old buildings
    We went up and down some streets… and we discover one thing: the streets here are very wide… wider than in every other town we were so far.
    The police is very friendly even when you drive in the wrong direction in a one way street.
    The houses are mostly not restored and look super old…. This is a so no-tourist town, as is in not restored
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