Isazul Hotel Las Americas
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... an idea of his lasting significance, the mausoleum was constructed in 1951, 56 years after his death in his first-ever battle (as the cemetery guide reminded us: “Martí was an intellectual, not a fighter”), and was planned with extreme care. Martí’s “Simple Lyrics” was even considered:
Don’t put me in the dark to die.
to die like a traitor:
I am good, and like a good ...
... with the Cubans for their independence from Spain. We had read the Edmund Morris trilogy about TR a few years ago. He loved Cuba and gave them their independence when he became president. We also won Guam, Puerto Rico and the Phillipines when we beat the Spanish but kept them as Territories. Cuba should be a US state today instead of an independent Socialist country.
We drove to Revolution Square. The 1898 revolution began ...
... duration of my journey.
Our plan for the day included an 8AM departure for Santiago de Cuba, which is approximately 250km away from Baracoa, lunch in Santiago de Cuba, and visits to the Jesuit Delores College (where Fidel Castro was educated), and the Carnival Museum, to name a few.
ALTO DE COTILLA
We made a quick stop en route from Baracoa to Santiago de Cuba to enjoy the beautiful scenery at Alto de Cotilla. ...
... some streets that probably see few tourists. To the Parque de Delores eventually. Finding a spot for a drink, could not go there as other tourists therein. I don't think her attitude leads necessarily to a richer experience. Took a little cab [shaped like a baseball] back, returning by 1515. Our hotel is on San Juan Hill of the Spanish American War fame.
A quick swim and more diary updating, readying for the ...
... out we ended up seperated with Dave stuck in Havana while I was in Santiago. With very limited internet access and no other form of contact, things got a little stressful. However, I had our original hotel booking and was in a much better situation than poor Dave who got stuck in Havana without any working bank cards and no spanish.
So I spent the first two days without Dave, however met a cute Cubana called Rosaura early on and we spent ...