Hotel Rancho San Vincente
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rancho San Vincente Pinar del Rio
Travel Blogs from Pinar del Rio
... efforts to attract tourists, offering engaging guided tours of the plantation, product sampling opportunities and even the chance to meet members of the Robaina family, though Alejandro himself died in April 2010, aged 91. Visits here remain an unofficial tourist attraction, with the enterprising owners, not the state, running the short tours. ...
... The Lonely Planet guide to Cuba confidently states that “internet access is available all over the country in [state-run telecommunications company] ETECSA’s spanking new telepuntos. You’ll find one of these swish, air-conditioned sales offices in almost every provincial town, and it is your best point of call for fast and reliable internet access.” Yes, but. We tried our luck at the ETECSA offices in Havana, Viņales, and Pinar del ...
... in a little restaurant to try and keep the costs down. Although the food in the Casa was incredible, it was a bit more expensive than other places. The food though, just wasn't as good.
Back at the Casa, we sat on the porch, rocking in the chairs, enjoying a Cuba Libre and a beer, watching local life. I think there was some sort of party at a nearby house, as people were going in and coming our with huge slices of cake. Si was almost tempted to see if he could go and and get a piece to.
... at a cracking pace down the road to the most westerly place in Cuba and the remotest hotel on the island.
The countryside here is very lush with loads of tobacco plantations. It is a million miles removed from the hustle and bustle of Habana. Guajiro´s ride by on their horses or dig the fields with ox drawn plows. The best way I can describe it is the Wild West meets Dingle. Education is a fundamental right here and free so there are loads of kids just ...
... machete to nip the end .... Wow, where did that come from? Back in town, prior to bumping into the couple from Edmonton, I sat on the curb near a bar-terrace where there were a bunch of guys with a guitar and the ever present bottle of rum. I sat there for about a half an hour just enjoying the good time they were having and listening to their singing. They had a talent and the "boleros" or love songs that they sang moved the soul. I know that I could ...