Hotel Escuela Turquino
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... where you can grab a lawn chair, book & mojito and enjoy the
afternoon baking in the sun!
Tonya speaks great English and is always quick to offer advice on tourist attractions and directions. Angelo & Tonya both have many years in the tourist industry and it shows!
The casa is located just off the center of town, and close to the central bus station. It is a safe and quiet neighbourhood (all of Cuba is actually safe!) and the house is
... we already know where the cheap coffee is and the parking we went there but we are SOL, because the coffee machine is broken… that means a little bit more money in the coffee shop.
At least here in Varadero it’s easy to find coffee with milk, not like in other towns, where the cafeteria actually doesn’t sell coffee or don’t have milk.
Not sunny ...
... rain water.
And we went out again… when looking at the menu and you see a Gordon bleu for 5 CUC you wonder if it is not a very small piece… so we got 2 meals – especially since Paul was lucky and in the restaurants they do serve beef – which we learned over time is not that common.
So what’s the best in ...
... Taxi to an impending Police speed patrol, but the vision of at least 500 head of White large horned Steers coming towards us on the opposite carriageway with an entourage of Gauchos very reminiscent of Rawhide (for those of you who remember that Cowboy programme and the hero, Rowdy Yates from the early 60s) it was just an unbelievable thing to see. I still have thoughts that cattle herding on this scale just couldnt happen on any motorway in England, there isnt enough room!
... 8217;t, well you are out of luck.
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