Islazul Gran Hotel

Maceo 64 e/ General Gomez e Ignacio Agramonte, Camaguey, Cuba | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Camaguey

Feliz Año Neuvo - Squeals all round

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... in Camagüey and were soon checked in to a state run establishment, fronting onto the train station. After our initial walk around the city, I wandered further exploring the maze of streets, whilst the rest of the group took an Spanish lesson. On my way back to the hotel, I heard a sound I recognised but couldn't place and turned round to see two guys carrying a squealing pig across the street; dinner for the following nights celebrations! ...

Camaguey by bicycle taxi

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra


... all comes together. Another plaza had some great bronze sculptures by a famous artist who lives on the square. A great one of 4 chairs and 3 of them occupied by women and called "the gossips". Another of a man reading a newspaper and "the water seller" who was in the square every day until he died a little while ago. We also visited the farmers market - get your produce and meat here. Fresh herbs, seasonal fruit- guavas, bananas, pineapple, mango and papaya. (Every morning ...

Driving to Camaguey

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra


... then out for dinner to 1800 which was another great meal. Beef hash havernara style which was delicious - like mince cooked with olives and tomato and great spices. We passed on watching flamingo dancing. Unfortunately the Camaguey ballet company wasn't performing. That would have been amazing as they are world renowned. Tomorrow is a city tour in the morning and then the idea of the Gran Hotel's swimming pool sounds very ...

The tower of Iznaga and Camaguay

A travel blog entry by arnold.smolders


... swimming pools as a great way to relax in the afternoon as well, and hotel personal has no problem with that either. In conclusion, there was not a cubic centimeter of pool left for the hotel guests, since the Cubans were drinking their way to the bottom of the ...


A travel blog entry by panzaverde

Camaguey is unlike other Cuban towns because it isn't laid out on a grid. It's easy to get lost here and that's part of its charm. There aren't many "sights" - we just wandered around and stumbled onto things like an art workshop full of high quality paintings and collages. It's less touristy and more peaceful than Trinidad.

We heard there was a festival on involving a procession with a mock coffin of San Pedro. Camaguey is supposedly Cuba's most Catholic city but the procession ...

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