Hotel Rancho Luna
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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... was waiting for me when I got off along with a swarm of offers for other casas, who then passed me onto another person with a car who drove me to the casa. It was a very basic place seemed far from centre, in an area which they may call 'residential' which can mean where the normal yet poor people live and there is no drinking water. My idea of 19th century palaces with a view of the sea, which I got from guidebooks, shattered into small pieces. I put my stuff ...
... and thought we have a nice relaxed break in the cemetery, where it’s nice and quiet. So we turn off at a huge building and drive in. We found a nice spot with view on mountains in the distance and the bay and enjoyed the cold drink.
Then we checked out some of the graves here, and again wondered at all the sparkly large marble graves…. Here we even found some ...
Monday 24th March. Trinidad to Cienfuegos. 0900 bus arrived 1.5hrs later.On the trip we hot to see the roads by the sea littered with thousands of dead squashed and alive reddish orange crabs a seasonal mass migration crossing the road on their way to lay eggs in the sea.Apparently cars get heaps of flat tyres on these roads due to the crabs puncturing the tyres. I arrived in Cienfuegos met by a man who directed me to Puchy's casa 3 blocks from the square. I got a cyclo to ...
Cienfuegos looks like the kind of town that most in Cuba will turn into when even a degree of prosperity returns to this island nation. The colonial town of Cienfuegos was founded in 1819 in the Spanish territory but was initially settled by immigrants of French origin and does show French flavour in the architecture- and apparently the only natural blondes in Cuba come from this area as a result.
After the hustle and bustle of Havana, we were more than ready for the half dozen or so touts awaiting us at Cienfuegos (see-en-fway-goss), managing to walk the 400 metres to our casa without requiring assistance from a taxi, bicycle, or horse and cart, and without feeling the urge to buy a black market cigar. Annoying as it is to be asked 20 or 30 times a day if you want a taxi, we always try and remember that it must be a lot worse ...