Islazul Hotel Colon

Address: Republica 472, Camaguey, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Republica 472, Camaguey.
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      The Keys of CUBA & CAMAGUEY

      A travel blog entry by rtauck on Mar 16, 2015

      19 photos

      ... Thaw will take time, energy is high and hopeful and Americans are welcomed with Open Arms and Hugs.

      Cultural Camaguey (World Heritage Site) is a Must See; with Havana and the coastlines and beaches of Cuba. It is the capital of one of the largest provinces and has by far, the largest historical center in Cuba. Dilapidated buildings and Plazas are being restored and artists galleries galore. While few tourists 3 years ago, today and since ...


      A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 06, 2015

      73 photos

      ... salads… lamb, rabbit and pork with fried rice, sweet potatoes fries, fried bananas, squash… and let’s not forget the desert buffet with different (very sweet) cakes and super yummy ice cream….. I think tomorrow we have to have a fasting day.

      A noisy town
      They do like the music in his town…. On the streets ...

      Day 5 of Cuba tour - Trinidad to Camaguey

      A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 19, 2014

      3 photos

      It's all downhill from here, says Ely. Central and Eastern Cuba are unreliable being more rural. The hotel may not have water. Hmmm. That's good to know. The Latvians decide to join us and we set off for Camaguey, the third biggest town in Cuba established in 1514, and so is celebrating its 500 birthday this year. It's inland and the road is pretty rough, lots of potholes and we have to slow down regularly to pass horse and carts, bicycles and large trucks ...

      Let's go for a tricycle ride! *HAPPY NEW YEAR"

      A travel blog entry by gracetravels22 on Dec 31, 2013

      ... outfits and were taken aback by the inappropriate image of a lady's bottom on David's shirt. We took tricycles to the house where we would celebrate New Years. We went up stairs and talked for two hours eating snacks and drinking. We had dinner at 9:30 and afterward we headed downstairs for dancing at 11:00. We danced for quite a while and eventually got tired, so we sat down and talked. At 11:58 we went outside on the street to see a man putting up a type of scarecrow man that would ...

      Camaguey by bicycle taxi

      A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Aug 25, 2013

      7 photos

      ... we get freshly squeezed juice - usually guava or mango, delicious) They are only allowed to sell pork, chicken, goat and lamb depending on the region. Cows and horses belong to the government and only certain cuts of beef are for sale and only in the supermarket. If you are seen to have too much money from your private business (which can only be a small business) then you may be raided by the police and the first thing they check is your fridge and if you have beef you have ...