Hotel Escuela Turquino
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... of the city centre has become a destination as
popular as the famed Parque Colon.
The casa managed by Angelo’s sister Tonya prides
itself on excellent service and resort like living. Mama is always serving up
something deliciously different with her homemade cooking and old world charm that
is sure to meet the expectations of any Caribbean adventure. The food is Cuba
unique and prices are great while the atmosphere is friendly and ...
... So what is the difference of Varadero to the rest of Cuba?
- Every street has a sign: so you always know where you are
- The street signs are on a post easy to see and all in white with black writing, as where if you find street signs in other towns which is very rare: they can be on the ground on a cement block, or on a house wall – and then very likely the wall you only ...
... came after Paul.
From there we went to the Parque of the 8000 tequilas with the large market place, which looks totally funky.
Across the road the Central Plaza for a quick sit down and car watching, before we found the Dona bakery and were impressed: they had lots of really good looking pastries and cakes and for an amazing cheap price…. So after getting our ...
... 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!
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