Islazul Hotel Mirador

Address: Calle 23 final, Los Palacios, Pinar del Rio Province, Cuba, Caribbean | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 23 final, Los Palacios.
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    Travel Blogs from Los Palacios

    Cayo Jutias - Soroa

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... security parking and the beach chairs are waiting for us… all we had to do is walk the 50 m to the beach…. They say this is one of the nicest beaches in Cuba… and it is amazing.

    Close by there were some mangroves you could walk through, which was kind of cool…. Paul thought they poke him in the toe ...

    Las Terrazas

    A travel blog entry by dogtravelers2 on Apr 23, 2014

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    Departed Havana by tour bus for about an hour ride to Las Terrazas in Artemisa Province, a "must see" in Cuba and known worldwide for its magnificent, scenic beauty. Pinar del Rio Province is also home to much of Cuba's tobacco farming.

    Las Terrazas was founded shortly after the Cuban Revolution in 1959 as a model community, where local farmers, known as campesinos, moved closer together in order to ...

    Off to vinales

    A travel blog entry by janicksbrown on Mar 01, 2014

    Bus is very first class, we pass the local buses and very embarrassing, they are crammed in squeezed up against each other. We pass horse and carts, people on bikes, people just standing waiting for the bus. All farming area and flat but mountain range to the side. Vultures flying are common sight. Road is long straight-and wide dual highway but with hardly any cars as under30% own a car. ...

    Getting from Santiago to Soroa

    A travel blog entry by thewalkers on Jan 22, 2014

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    ... that you have to drive through the petrol station (there is no slip road) to get on the Soroa road. Another 20 minutes and we were in Soroa - but we had absolutely no idea where our hotel was. One thing we found out quite quickly (from the geeza with the big shooter) was that it wasn't the military base by the same name. I ask you; what army with any degree of self respect calls their barracks the Soroa Villas? MInd you, ...

    Cuban cafe and a swim with the fishes...

    A travel blog entry by thearodgers on Dec 22, 2011

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    Waking up in the morning, I did some sun salutations on the balcony of our hotel room at La Moka. It was going to be a beautiful day! Our ride began easy enough that day, for the first 5km. After that, though, was straight UPHILL (like 65-70 climb) for almost 3km, probably the steepest hill I have ever climbed by bike! But of course, when you go up, you get something in return, which is why where we ended up is called Buena Vista ("Good View").