Hotel Escuela Telegrafo

Calle José Antonio Saco 108 , Bayamo, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle José Antonio Saco 108 , Bayamo.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Escuela Telegrafo Bayamo

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Bayamo

Chapter Five - El Cobre and Bayamo

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 28, 2014

7 comments, 22 photos

... salary of a state employee is the equivalent of US$ 20 a month. Some professionals may earn US$ 30, or even US$ 40 a month. Can you live on this? Yes, but barely. This encourages some more entrepreneurial individuals to become beggars around tourist attractions. For example, when we arrive at the shrine of El Cobre, we are surrounded by young men offering small pieces of copper ore as symbols of ...

Chapter Four - Flowering trees and agriculture

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 26, 2014

28 photos

Rather than boring you in every chapter with a travelogue, I'll occasionally add pages of general interest. In this case I’ve attached some photos containing flowering plants and trees as well as some agriculture we saw along the way. Sorry I can’t advise what each plant is, I’m not a botanist, but I’ll try. Those living in South Florida will notice that the flora is very similar to what we are used. Bear in mind that the closest point ...

Chapter Three - Guantánamo

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 25, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... Guantánamo is of course also know for one of the most famous of Cuban melodies "Guantanamera"

Dinner tonight is on our own, and I have found a private “paladar” called El Gourmet close to the hotel which some of us will try out.


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Pilgrimage to El Cobre, Bayamo & Camagüey

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 18, 2014

28 photos

... subject. Until the 1990s, any individual who actively practiced a religion was banned from joining the Communist Party, making them ineligible for any position of authority. Despite this decades-long ban, Cuba is a country of believers, as La Virgen de la Caridad illustrates. However, our group has been told over and over again: “Cuba is not a Catholic country!” Instead, Cubans think of ...

Lets get further!

A travel blog entry by maich on Oct 26, 2012

5 photos

... a small charming city with amazing Cuban street food, that even I could pay in Cuban Moneta Nacional. In the evening I went for improving and practicing to a recommended but almost empty bar. And got to know the local fellow Albierto for a chat in ...

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