Hotel Rancho Luna
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rancho Luna Cienfuegos
Didn't stay in the resort.
Dive centre $35 CUC for a dive, $60 for 2 dives but only goes in the mornings because afternoon visibility is terrible.
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We left Havana for a place called Trinidad with a taxi driver that looked like Al panico in scarface. On the way we stop a few place once to have sweet Cuban coffee another time at a farm to put red diesel in the car which said was illegal if the police caught him. Then we get ...
... nearly couldn’t fit around her neck, and Javier, a 7 year old bottle of Havana Club Rum, to which we told him wasn’t for the bar and guests, but for him! The highlight was sitting down with both of them for dinner that night, and sharing stories of their past and promises that we will post them back some soap as this, as many other items, are impossible to get in Cuba. Another highlight, I guess for John, was winning a marathon session of dominos between all ...
... scam me again with claims of a salsa nightclub and then after a massive runaround asks for money for milk. Today I have had about enough scamming( I wont bore you with numbers but it has been a daily and repeated experience here in Cuba and I am wearing out my patience with it), yes we tourists seem to be walking wallets but it does get me down both the direct and indirect attempts to part me of money. The casa even has a sign warning all about the "neighbours" and not ...
... particular which we found and contacted via Couchsurfing. Lester and his girlfriends family, Annemaria and Nilda. Such a welcoming and hospitable family. We stayed with Lester's mother-in-law, Nilda, close to the Malecon, about 20mins walk to the main Boulevard area. But the walk was leisurely and scenic along the bayside. Nilda was an amazing host who went above and beyond for us, including helping to plan and guide our coming days, then calling friends in other towns ...
... costing around 5 moneda nacional, about 20 cents each more than a ticket for entry. The team's most enthusiastic fan walked around carrying a broom with a pennant flag, although Cienfuegos had already lost game one of the series, it couldn't represent a sweep. Every once in awhile he would run on top of the dugout like surface behind home plate and push his broom three times while people simultaneously cheered, "hey, heey, ooooooooo" Although baseball is always a slow sport, ...