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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      ... escaped the plantations beginning in 1789 and went to the Tivoli area of Santiago. It is the best example of a Caribbean city and has the best music in Cuba. "Son" is the national rhythm. Slavery was not abolished in Cuba until 1886 because the powerful plantation owners refused to give up their labor supply.

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      ... barraged with the call of taxi, and since I needed one, I hopped into one that a gentleman was offering in his 1950's era car. No seat belts, etc... Eventually I got to the Plaza de la Revolucion (Revolution Square) that had an imposing and impressive statue of war of independence hero Antonio Maceo. I was supposed to meet my friend Charles there and travel with him the rest of the trip (he arrived the day before) but couldn't find him ...

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