Islazul Hotel Libertad

Address: Calle Aguilera y Plaza de Marte, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Calle Aguilera y Plaza de Marte, Santiago de Cuba.
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    Travel Blogs from Santiago de Cuba

    Cuba Day 4 Warm Sunsets & Cold Mojitos

    A travel blog entry by travellovebite on Sep 14, 2015

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    ... coming here to give you that thriller feeling. Sometimes reading and feeling it when you get to a historical location can add meaning to your trip.

    Fed on so much knowledge, we headed back on the bus and drove to the outskirts of the city to a small pilgrim site, which so happens to be the centre of copper mining, known as the El Cobre. The white basilica crowning the green hill, it majestically stands upon, can be seen from afar. Inside the ...

    Fortress and fortitude

    A travel blog entry by juliawol on Sep 01, 2015

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    ... at instruments - guiros, claves and carvings. The pastel coloured houses and classic Cuba. Much better than walking the parallel Aguila street. which is uphill and filled with fumes from all the old russian trucks carrying workers and ancient motors pushing on the gas. One can easily get carbon monoxide poisoning there!! After this pleasant walk I suggested we take a taxi out of town to el Morro, a fotrress built against the pirates originally but ...

    Three weeks in excile week 1: Chocolate and Salsa

    A travel blog entry by cindyhargrave on May 23, 2015

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    ... which is quite rare in any urban area, let alone right in the middle of the city. But they live so close together they, I doubt there is much that goes on without the neighbours knowing. And I felt very safe walking around, not too much hassle or comment, day and night. Just because the buildings don't look so pretty doesn't mean much really, and it's part of the charm of Havana. After the the tour I headed off for me the must see Museo de la Revolucion, housed in the former, ...

    Extremly hot Santiago

    A travel blog entry by dan_suprtramp on Mar 22, 2015

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    As my sightseeing-day in Santiago was a Monday, unfortunately many museums were closed and so I ended up walking a lot and traversing the whole city - and this while having temperatures of about 35 degrees!
    To compensate for the effort I put into the day I treated myself with a mojito on the terrace of Hotel Casa Granda which offersca great view over ...

    Santiago de Cuba

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 09, 2015

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    ... Pinar del Rio, while Gomez was tying down the Spanish near Havana.

  • The Spanish ruthlessly fought back and country people were forced in camps and executed everyone you may be involved in the resolution
  • Antonio Maceo was killed in Dec7.1896: Cuba was a mess: thousands dead and the country in flames
  • The Americans send the US battleship Maine in Jan 1898 to protect ...