Islazul Canimao Hotel

Address: Carretera Matanzas-Varadero km. 4 1/2, Varadero, Cuba | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Varadero

Cuba's newest restaurant district....Cardènas!

A travel blog entry by canadian_chica on Jul 10, 2015

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... two doors down as we speak. We will try and do a feature on each restaurant as we eat our way thru Cardenas. As well as the stand alone restaurants we certainly still have the open windows selling everything from pizza shells, bread, pork and my favorite baking. Walk out the front gate of Hostal Angelo's and head right to the corner of Spriu and Cristina you will see the little bakery to your left on the right hand side of Cristina. I do not think it has ...

Varadero

A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on May 31, 2015

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... was building a new refinery but when Hugo Chavez died 3 years ago it stopped and has been mothballed. We have a response equipment package at this terminal in the event of a tanker or terminal spill also which was interesting to pass.


The closer we got to Havana we saw many oil “donkeys” pumping oil from on shore wells many were closed down we also passed a Sherit gas plant ...

Mad Dogs & Welshmen

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on May 11, 2015

Sticking with the formula, yesterday I got up and headed to the beach. It got a bit too windy in the afternoon so I cut out early. In the evening I went to watch the revolving rock band. The Irish girl was already there. A couple of mojitos and we cut out around half 12.

Pretty similar today too, though being ...

Fat Trees, Rejection & Beaches

A travel blog entry by jason152z on Apr 15, 2015

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... out into sea, you wouldn't find water passing the upper part of your body and that your feet would be more visible in water than that covered with sand. All in all, I think 50% of our time was spent on buses, 25% sleeping, 10% on finding WIFI connections, another 10% on WIFI, 5% sitting on the beach, 3% getting rejected and 2% wondering what did I spend more time wasting my life on - watching these people or talking about them. ...

Thanks for the memories

A travel blog entry by tony.purcell on Sep 02, 2014

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... maybe Cuba wasn't for us. We were a bit deflated, feeling like we were failing on the travel front. We had done some research and found they the boat trip from Columbia to Panama was extremely choppy and with lots of hurricanes at the time of year and we could get to the islands without that trip. So we made the decision to change our flights and head to Miami! It was like a huge weight off out minds and we were free to enjoy the rest of our time! We ...