Islazul Pasacaballo Hotel
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... stopped in 1840.
Old Trinidad post cards:
When strolling through the not-so-tourist neighbourhoods Paul discovered some real old postcards on the ground… so Gine went back and picked up what we could and what was not trampled over by the horses.
Back to this park, which is kind of cute with the big iron wrought walkway ...
... would mean moving, so to the next friend in a quiet street… and we decided, no more fooling around that’s fine, it’s 2 blocks from the beach.
And we asked if we can get the laundry done… and see there all done for 5 CUC’s we didn’t even had to lift a finger. Breakfast here was one of the best we had so far.
We've got a bit of a backlog due to the poor internet access in Cuba and I've had a few rums, so I'll make this one relatively short! Cienfuegos is a cool city that is not overly touristy (other than one square that's supposedly quite French-looking, but we must be philistines because we couldn't tell the difference between the French-inspired buildings of Cienfuegos and the Spanish- ...
... and saw that everything was $15 and nothing looked that amazing, so we left and continued walking for quite a while. Soon we found our old taxi driver and he tried to take us somewhere else too. We found out that at the restaurants, if a certain person brings you to the restaurant, they get an incentive. We ignored his recommendation and found a place called Florida blanco. The prices were much better and the food was delicious. We finished and all separated to walk ...
... the even more famous city of Trinidad. Given its size and our further travel plans we decided to spend only one night in town. The owner of our casa particulares in Havana had kindly reserved a casa particulares for us in Cienfuegos and given us the address on a piece of paper. Unfortunately he did not tell us that someone was waiting at the bus station to bring us to the casa. Well, after being told awfully high prices for a taxi ride in Cienfuegos, ...