Iberostar Laguna Azul

Varadero, Cuba | 5 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Varadero

Varadero

A travel blog entry by kukiong on Apr 21, 2014

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... time diving after getting my PADI OW license and my first dive outside of Sweden. Well it was much easier to dive here than back home. It's less weight, warm, wetsuit instead of dry and clear sight. A boat took me and 8 other to the open sea where we dived for a wreck in 30m depth. The second dive was in 12m depth and started with some corals and finished by a wreck. I am very pleased with the diving that cost ...

Back safe home again

A travel blog entry by bearethere on Apr 04, 2014

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... beautiful views of the marina. It has at least two a la carte restaurants which we enjoyed. Both have great decor and also very tasty food. My experience in general at a la carte restaurants is that you get excited expecting it to be a notch above regular buffet dining but I personally am always disappointed. Not this time. Both restaurants were very good. The decor in the Latin resto was excellent; it was ...

Matanzas, Varadero, Caves and Snake Oil

A travel blog entry by gboue on Mar 26, 2013

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... port and the thriving sugar cane trade. The name means “massacre” after an incident involving Spanish soldiers and natives. I read in my “Historia de Cuba” Kindle book that the city was originally settled by Canary Islanders. Both my maternal great-grandparents were from the Canary Islands and I wondered if there was any connection to Matanzas.

The city looks like a sleepy large town with a more laid-back ...

Varadero and Touristland

A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Feb 02, 2012

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... teach seven girls, and one shy guy, Salsa on the patio. The next morning was the start to our last day in Cuba. After our breakfast with Russians, we packed and walked for two hours on the beach. Most of the bathers wore minimal bathing suits or bikinis and a couple were topless. But one group of Asians stuck out. They were covered from neck to toe and had wide brimmed hats. In Asia, the aim is to be as white as possible but they must have felt out of place. It got us on ...

Beaching, snorkeling and night out in Varadero

A travel blog entry by tadzyla on Sep 17, 2011

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I realized that sun is going down at seven o' clock and rising at seven in the morning. And everyday is the same. But strangely the morning starts very quickly, like half past 6 in the morning is so dark, and at seven sun is already shining.
We woke up at 5 am in the morning, due to time changing. And it was dark outside, so we had to wait, for the sun goes up. The breakfast starts at 7.30, so we been one of the first eaters. ...