Isazul Hotel Las Americas

Address: Ave. de las Américas y General Cebreco, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Ave. de las Américas y General Cebreco, Santiago de Cuba.
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    Innenstadt von Santiago de Cuba

    A travel blog entry by bernd_koss on May 27, 2015

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    Santiago de Cuba ist die zweitgrößte Stadt Kubas und die Hauptstadt der Provinz Santiago de Cuba. Die Stadt hat 506.037 Einwohner.

    Santiago wurde am 25. Juli 1515 von Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar gegründet. Von 1523 bis 1556 war sie Hauptstadt Kubas und Hauptstützpunkt der spanischen Armada in der Karibik. Daneben war sie Ankunftshafen für …

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    A travel blog entry by bernd_koss on May 28, 2015

    Nachn der üppigen Mahlzeit am Strand, ließen wir das Dinner ausfallen.

    Ankunft in Santiago de Cuba

    A travel blog entry by bernd_koss on May 26, 2015

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    Am Nachmittag landen wir nach diesem ereignisreichen Tag in Santiago de Cuba. Das Hotel ist nicht wirklich gut, aber erträglich.

    Three weeks in excile week 1: Chocolate and Salsa

    A travel blog entry by cindyhargrave on May 23, 2015

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    ... get further away towards Central Park and the more residential parts, then buildings become more and more shabby. Most of the facades of these buildings are beautiful, and are prime real estate, but they are in desperate need of some TLC. The streets are quite narrow and there are people hanging out either windows and doors having a chat, or yelling at each other as is more often often the case, Cuban music blaring in the background. In the hustle and bustle it really has a ...

    Fuck Cuba

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on May 04, 2015

    ... but even so... Either way you generally have to turn up 30minutes to an hour earlier than departure. The buses are usually dead on time. Western world take note. I couldn't book this bus when I rolled into town yesterday, so had to do it today. She wouldn't however let me when I showed up over an hour in advance. I'd have to wait until the bus pulled in. I think that's to see how many people are actually on the bus and how many are getting off. Pick-ups in places such as ...