Hotel Rancho San Vincente
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... drove the entire day and saw places that no other tourists ever see. The 350 km took us over 8 hours and we arrived in Vinales at sunset. Luis, the owner of the casa particular we were staying at, was standing on the corner of street with our names on a piece of paper. He has been standing there for 2 hours, waiting for us and showed nothing but pure delight we finally arrived.
... on the tour. We said this was fine and were quickly allocated horses and set off down the road.
Our horses were a bit long in the tooth and were more than happy to take to the road at a very slow pace. We of course wanted to exercise our non-existent cowboy skills and tried every trick in the book to make them move a bit faster. I guess though, that even old horses dint change their spots and we eventually settled into our slow pace and enjoyed ...
... visit the branch of the Computer Youth Club. This branch is one of more than 600 clubs around the country which offers everyone computer access and four month-long computer classes on a wide range of topics ranging from Dreamweaver to Word and Excel. Despite its name, it is for young and old alike. Computer use in Cuba has been an interest of mine for the ...