Travel Blogs from Cayo Guillermo
... are only 4 hotels in the area all owned by the state but managed jointly with a private company, normally Spanish like MeliÓ. These are All inclusive resorts, so we got the bracelet and forgot about the rest. Total relaxation. The girls really needed it. It was a great place for us to spend a few days for us. The beach was nice but the wind was quite strong. As a result, the water was full ...
... fish: keep your fingers above the water or your likely to get it pinched!
Three nights in the resort is enough
Both of us really enjoyed the time and relaxation at our Hotel Colonial resort. With this all-inclusive package it was really easy, meaning one had to think about nothing, but what to eat and drink and what to do next. However, both of us were now ready again for seeing the real Cuba again. With the only Cubans around being the staff working for ...
sometimes you make whim decisions. cayo santa maria was one of them. our plan was visiting cuba, but cayo santa maria isn't a destination conducive to said plan. you're cut off from the mainland, cuban nationals aren't even allowed on the island, the original inhabitants- a small fishing community- were relocated off the island ...
Got on the Canadian North flight leaving YK at 5 pm. Spent several hours playing driving games and having a beer. Just after midnight got on the red eye to Toronto. So, after thinking the plane was flapping its wings to get here last night we landed in a very foggy Toronto. Bumpy flight, bumpy landing, I am sure that it means a great flight and a smooth landing at our next ...
On day three of our adventure we were early for one of our lunches. So Eddy, our man in Havana, hee hee, took us to a public beach area called Playa Pilar.
He talked it up a lot and frankly what beach in Cuba isn't nice? but when we got there we were all pretty impressed.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center