Islazul Pasacaballo Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cienfuegos
... cell-like room and even though I said I want to look around town to see where I am and if I want to stay, the owner of the house demanded my passport to put into the official book the owners of rentable casas have. I went exploring hoping to find a better place in the process. As i walked the descriptions in thr guidebook made very little sense. For example an Avenue called Paseo del Prado they describe as - Lively commercial part of the city - was lined with ...
... ones. But then you compare those large graves with the old houses….
5 Sept 1957: was the D-Day of Cienfuges,
when officers of the naval base staged a revolt against the Batista dictatorship – and we saw the memorial for those heroes here.
Malecon - Punta Gorda Park:
Again like several times already today we drive along the Malecon a ...
... it is a lovely house with a nice room with bathroom.Puchy advised in Spanish of 2 day trips and I said I would think about them. I wandered off to the town square getting a map at the cubatur office. Next door was a helados ( icecream) seller and so I managed to get a chocolate icecream cone in pesos and speaking Spanish. Brilliant icecream on a hot day. Reminded me of the movie strawberries and chocolate. It was hot the icecream melting quickly and it was a race to eat ...
... In addition to wandering blondes there are a number of spectacular buildings all through the town and it gives the place an almost un-Cuban feel. Marinas, palaces, casinos, etc don't see to fit with the rest of communist Cuba but they have been carefully restored giving the town a splash of plush (the Marina is already hosting a number of traveling yachters- the first time in Cuba we've seen tea drinkers with their pinkies properly ...
... person having to ask the question.
Cienfuegos is a coastal town, with the main avenue in the city centre comprising a wide tree lined street with space for bands in the middle pedestrian area and pavements shaded by the columns and upper floors of the buildings. Our casa was only a short walk from the city centre, so after an hour or so exploring, we headed back there for tea. This was a substantial, if a little ...