Hotel Islazul Sierra Maestra

Address: Carretera a Santiago de Cuba, km 7 e 1/2, Bayamo, Cuba | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Carretera a Santiago de Cuba, km 7 e 1/2, Bayamo.
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      Travel Blogs from Bayamo

      Chapter Five - El Cobre and Bayamo

      A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 28, 2014

      7 comments, 22 photos

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      “This is for you, dear tourist. There is no charge, but if you want to give something for my family I’ll accept it.” Unsuspecting tourists show their gratitude by donating a convertible peso, worth about 1US$. This is nothing to a tourist, but it’s 5% of a monthly state salary. By accosting just 20 innocent tourists in 7 days by the end of the month they will ...

      Day 7 of Cuba tour - Santiago de Cuba

      A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 21, 2014

      4 photos

      ... s home town and we go past 2 of the schools he attended. Ely tells us he was a good student and qualified as a lawyer (bit like Mandela then). Although yesterday she told us he has had 5 wives and has 8 children, but 2 of the wives left him and moved with their kids to the US. We have a wander around the streets, go to the Balcony de Velazques, which has a reasonable view of the harbour (1 CUC). It's interesting that you cannot see the harbour from most city streets. After a while we ...

      AN EASY WALK TO A CUBAN SHRINE

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 29, 2012

      5 photos

      ... for a mandarin. Got a laugh from Alex re the difficulty of hauling a fridge to Castro's digs meant 'guess the great leader liked his beer cold'. Left there at 1036, chatting with Alex about his Cape Town to Vic Falls trip. Back at the Casa de Medina by 1057: almost all downhill save the last spurt but lots of huffing and puffing. Had a nice coffee there, leaving at 1113. Red had been so slow on the prior segment that even Gravel Gertie had caught her. Dayron asked ...

      In Castro's footsteps

      A travel blog entry by bdsearle on May 14, 2011

      5 photos

      I met Dave at the bus terminal and we headed for two hours to Bayamo. There we walked the streets of the tiny city looking for a hotel. The first of the two we intended to try was closed and the second was full. So we did the unthinkable and employed the use of jintero (hustler) to find us a casa particulare (local home which rents out a room or two to visitors). We ended up in a very nice casa particulare with a legless ...

      Cuba 101

      A travel blog entry by bdsearle on May 11, 2011

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... animals wandered in and out of the doorway and some grubby kids brought in a tiny puppy at one stage, which they carried like a rag doll. It was a very memorable experience.

      After dark, I finally convinced the now very drunk Rosaura to leave so we could head back to Santiago. The family walked us back through the streets and I realised that it wasn't the sort of town that had taxis nor many cars. We waited on the main road for a long ...