Islazul Hotel La Ronda
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Islazul Hotel La Ronda Trinidad
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... was so good to see the Atlantic Ocean again. This was my 4th visit to the Atlantic coast, twice in Coney Island, New York, once in Boston and Cape Cod and this time. It was very sandy but very calming. We got a seat under the straw huts and relaxed. Sharon went to test the water and got stung by a jelly fish in no time. It was a bad sting. An Irish girl did warn us about it just before she got into the water. But she got stung anyways, she came back to the hut..I ...
... fresh juice. It was just great! The patron
of the casa came and introduced himself. Didn't speak much English. I
asked him what was happening around town.. He said go to the Casa De la Musica. It was a happening place for tourists. That area had a lot of Paladars, with live Cuban music..We went to the Casa de la Musica..the entry was 1 CUC. I ordered a daiquiri. The band played some cheesy music. But there were lots of people dancing around. It ...
... you can see it, because the light gets brighter. So the question is: is it really a good idea to use the wet hands to try to reach the electric outlet????
Window Shutters but no Windows
One thing we discovered in Cuba is, there are no glass windows, the windows have metal shutters, which you can open with a handle – if that doesn’t work then pull ...
... The city seems exactly as it was over 300 years ago, the streets are cobbled and very narrow, the buildings line the road with big wooden doors. Our accommodation was right in the middle of the city on the top level of this house that seemed hundreds or years old. I had to duck my head to fit through doorways. I am sure there are many cities in Europe that look like this but Trinidad seemed so out of place in Cuba.
After a little, good ...
... we had a small open plan house, complete with courtyard garden. Breakfast was around the corner at the house of our hosts mother, so we had the little house to ourselves. That afternoon we wandered through the quaint streets and open plazas, via a Santeria temple and on to the sunny steps above Plaza Mayor for a late lunch and more hair of the dog. That evening however I decided to have a night off and settled in for a quiet few hours in the house. I turned on ...