Hotel San Basilio

Address: Calle San Basilio No 403 e/ Ca, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle San Basilio No 403 e/ Ca, Santiago de Cuba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Santiago de Cuba

      Cuba, Here We Come!

      A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 14, 2014

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      ... our on-time arrival allowed us a detour to San Juan Hill, the site of the famous battle between the American Rough Riders led by Teddy Roosevelt and the Spanish during the Spanish-Cuban-American War. Yes, you read that correctly—as Hector exclaimed as we arrived at San Juan Hill, “In America, you call it the Spanish-American War; in Cuba, we call it the Spanish-Cuban-American-War!”

      From there, we journeyed to ...

      Triumph of the Revolution

      A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Feb 01, 2014

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      ... a group that had pre-ordered like the Road Scholar group next to us. After lunch we visited the home and studio of Jose Aguilera, an 81-year old artist. He recently had a heart attack and wasn't there, but his daughter and son were who are both artists. The home was an old colonial house in a lovely neighborhood near our hotel. They had just moved in and it needed extensive repairs. The works of all of the family of artists were very ...

      Santiago de Cuba - The Melting Pot

      A travel blog entry by iluv2xplore on Apr 25, 2013

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      ... Probably not a fair comparison…government vs. private ownership… My tastebuds will mostly likely always choose to eat in a paladar. (A paladar is a private home that sells meals or a privately owned very small restaurant (limited to serving between 12 and 20 people). Paladares became legal to operate in Cuba in the early to mid 1990s, but have a whole bevy of restrictions).

      On our quick walk from the Plaza ...

      A rock, some coffee, and a bird of paradise.

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 12, 2013

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      ... up there, but we did not have the best view, so unfortunately our promised view of Haiti did not come to fruition. However, what we could clearly see was the absolute devastation on the environment caused by Hurricane Sandy. Whole trees have been uprooted as far as the eye can see. We were meant to be able to see lush green rainforest, but we could see only degradation yet new growth already starting to appear on many of the ...

      Pool time!

      A travel blog entry by mknox on Apr 02, 2012

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      We exited our little arrivals halls to be greeted by a friendly smile and a sign reading Karen y Michelle. We were once again in safe hands. Our Driver (who introduced himself as Mandy) speaks no English so small talk is a little limited but I try.

      Mandy drove us the Casa that would become our home for the next 4 nights whilst we waiting for our group to join us. Ana is our hostess, how rents out rooms and provides meals in her family home to guests from ...