Islazul Hotel Santa Clara Libre

Parque Leoncio Vidal No. 6 e/ Tristá y Padre Chao, Cuba | 2 star hotel
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The Arts, Los Amarillos, & Fishing

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 17, 2014

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... or “yellow men” (because of the uniform they wear). People in need of transportation know to line up here because the Yellow Man pulls over government-owned vehicles with empty seats for the individuals to occupy. The service costs as much as it would cost to ride a city bus. While tour buses are government-owned, they are exempt if there are tourists inside. However, when Willie and Hector make the return trip from Havana to Santiago de Cuba, they ...

Return to La Habana

A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 01, 2014

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It took us a week to return to La Habana from La Bajada. In the first couple of days, Dan slowed down a bit with not eating dinners (we'd go up an incline and when I looked back it was as if a vacuum cleaner had sucked him backward), but soon he was back in form, riding past the grounds of an escuela primaria and calling out with a big wave, "Good morning, Cuba!" to the delight of the girls playing a circle game. A refrain boomed forth for any group sitting on a ...

Cuidad de Guantanamo

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Feb 28, 2014

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... an accident, especially if someone gets hurt, he could face a stiff prison term - sometimes as much as ten years.

All in all, it was very pleasant visit. The family provided coffee and snacks, and we spent an hour or so talking casually with them. We were sad to leave - partially because we enjoyed the visit, but partially because this was our last scheduled activity. Tomorrow, we pack up and head back to the US.

La Bajada

A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Feb 20, 2014

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We stayed overnight twice in the tiny seaside town of La Bajada, home to about 25 families and 123 people (a villager told me when I asked, after a little thought and consultation). It's the point on the road where, when you reach it going southwest, you have come to the end of Cuba and have to decide whether to go left 14 km to Maria La Gorda or right 60 km to Cabo San Antonio. It’s also a very small military base and immigration checkpoint. On our first time there, ...

Beautiful Cuba

A travel blog entry by vmason on May 28, 2013

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... 8211; teacher, engineer, carpenter, chef, pharmacist, cop, accountant – we joked that we could comprise our own Gilligan’s Island, we’d have all of the essentials covered. And then there was our guide, also 41, a Havana local named Ossie (short for Oswaldo). Very likely the only Cuban we’ll ever meet who is a vegetarian, doesn’t drink and who hates salsa. I asked him what his sign was – Aquarius, which explains everything! In a weird way such a ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on Parque Leoncio Vidal No. 6 e/ Tristá y Padre Chao, Cuba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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