Hotel Los Helechos
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Los Helechos Trinidad
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... carried out toothpastes, so she decided to give the lady hers.
Anyways, we wanted to go to Plaza Mayor again for lunch after a lot of walking around. We got lost, as all the cobblestone paths look the same and also the sun is strongest in the midday. We took a biktaxi to the Plaza Mayor. He had asked for 2 CUC, we gave him 3..if we were suffering from heat, surely the driver was too. He looked sweaty but happy. We went back to the same pizzeria as ...
... paths looked the same and took a biktaxi to go to Plaza Mayor, where they had a lot of touristy things to do. We found a
quaint little pizzeria. We each ordered a cheese pizza and drinks...
Pina colada for me and beer for Sharon. It was the best drink I had
tasted...I ordered a second one, but I could taste the alcohol in the second one. They played a lot of Enrike song..He is quite popular there. Our pizza was too big, one would have been ...
Sliding Bed sheets:
Something we discovered here in Cuba are the annoying bed sheets. Once they were too small for us, so one of us turned the other had no sheets and got cold. Then as today we had it often, you have the sheet which is big enough, but the cover on top of it is so light and slippery you still wake up in the night because you’re a little ...
... searched for and found a dive shop online while visiting the local government phone provider, the only place you can access the Internet. We headed out of town, arrived at the hotel with the dive shop, Jose collected directions from several different people and they all pointed in different directions. To his credit however he deciphered them and after heading down a dirt road we arrived at a little hut on the beach. Our timing was perfect; a boat was ...
The beautiful Unesco world heritage city of Trinidad is firmly on the Cuban tourist trail and it's easy to see why; with pastel painted buildings and cobbled streets, it's a pleasant place to while away time. Our first afternoon in town we had a little hair of the dog, with the local tipple of Canchanchara; a refreshing and slightly potent blend of rum, water, lemon juice and honey. We checked in to our latest Casa Particulars and Marie and I were happy to ...