Hotel Islazul Hanabanilla

Salto de Hanabanilla, Santa Clara, Cuba | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Clara

Che DH

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... our travels we've just seen too many populations that simply don't have the opportunity to flourish because of the governance of tyrants, thugs, corrupt officials, radicals, and blind ideologues (with the shared characteristic of owning all of the guns in the country). In Cuba a small group of inspired ideologues defeated a slightly larger, but uninspired, collection of government/dictator troops ushering in 50+ years of communist rule that ...

Santa Clara and the food carpet

A travel blog entry by themooners

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Santa Clara is also the burial place of Che' Guevara and its all about Che' all night and all day. You can't swing a dead cat and not hit a T-shirt with his face on it or a mural painted on a wall. There is a Che' monument and a museum and an eternal flame that was lit by Castro himself in 1991 when Che's remains were returned to Cuba from a mass grave in Bolivia. The monument is impressive but sadly, the giant statue of Che' looks more like a prop from a Planet of ...

Santa Clara

A travel blog entry by nanseaj

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... in the Cuban Revolution. Batista fled Cuba 12 hours later.







The plaza was an oasis from the hotter climate here far from the sea; large trees provided shade and benches a place for friends to sit and visit surrounded by the beautiful old colonial buildings. A group of secondary school children put on a smiles and a little show for us, ...

Viva la Revolution! Santa Clara

A travel blog entry by brent_n_dani

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... small farming town west of Havana.


So after a couple of lunchtime mojitos we went to collect our bags & would meet them later on to travel to Vinales.


The trip to Vinales is interesting enough for it’s own blog so i’ll leave it for now. Santa Clara was only a short stop to see what we saw. It was an unremarkable place & I assume that if it wasn’t for the monument & the history it would go unnoticed by most foreign visitors including ...

PURCHASE OF SOME 'CREAM OF PEANUT'

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

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... ever--about the Cuban missile crisis. Cubans can't travel for tourism [pretty obvious why!].

Sugar cane has given way to cattle grazing. I am tired. 1038 it had rained in Coscorro where the bus was refueled, Dayron off in search of fudge. A bike riding group was there, John looking at the equipment of his fellow geeks while I chatted with Peter about Iceland. Some ladies had umbrellas for the threat of short term rain but also I suspect ...

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