Hotel Islazul Hanabanilla

Address: Salto de Hanabanilla, Santa Clara, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Salto de Hanabanilla, Santa Clara.
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      Travel Blogs from Santa Clara

      Che DH

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Feb 05, 2014

      2 comments, 39 photos

      ... The cynic in me would suggest that a 'battle' in which 18 rebels defeated 300 government troops in a country with a population of 7 million was a pretty good sign that most people didn't want much to do with either side. It does make you appreciate the evolution of our own system of democracy (the worst form of government... except for all the others) despite runaway taxation, deficit spending, debts, and unwavering focus on the most unimportant of ...

      Santa Clara and the food carpet

      A travel blog entry by themooners on May 24, 2013

      24 photos

      Santa Clara is the happy middle ground between the hustle and bustle of Havana and the tranquil quiet of Trinidad. Santa Clara is Cuba's 5th largest city and home to students from as had away as North Korea. It is also the music capital of Cuba, according to the locals, and hosts several music festivals including a guitar festival. There is also a strong gay community and if you are lucky and there on a Sunday you just might catch a drag show. Sadly we were not there ...

      The adventure begins...

      A travel blog entry by claireandtim on Feb 23, 2013

      2 photos

      ... translate her own announcements rather than having a crew member do it. It must be very annoying for flight attendants that they are required to be bilingual but pilots aren't.

      It was a long flight with quite a bit of turbulence at the end. We were more than half an hour late landing, and the digital map seemed to show the plane circling the airport several times. Maybe we lost our slot because we were late.

      Finally touched down ...

      Fine arts and cheap ice cream

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 17, 2013

      4 photos

      ... been some sort of event outside the beautiful neo classical library-probably more propaganda directed at the hundreds of school children that had been gathered in the square. We walked into the library. A lady approached us and in Spanish indicated that we should look at the salon! She opened the door and w could not believe the beautiful decorative ceiling. This is an absolute work of art, the Corinthian capitals on the columns, all have been ...

      Che Town

      A travel blog entry by juniorandange on Jul 09, 2012

      ... to de-rial a train carrying Batista's troops to help him and took them captive and then to a mirador which had a nice view of the town. After we stopped in at the cigar factory were we did a tour and it was really interesting. It was like a sweat shop. All the cigars are hand made and you were not aloud to take photos. We asked why and she said because its a ...