Jagua Hotel

Address: Ave. 37 No. 1, Cienfuegos, Cuba | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Ave. 37 No. 1, Cienfuegos, is near Old Square (Plaza Vieja), The Capitolio, Plaza Jose Marti, and Punta Gorda.
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    Travel Blogs from Cienfuegos

    Take me to the April sun in Cuba...

    A travel blog entry by kristymay86 on Apr 27, 2015

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    ... Spaniards control. The best part being the boat ride and wildlife spotted on the way back including a woodpecker in it's nest, a metre high termite nest and a blue crane. Along with the driver giving us all a rose :-) On arrival to Cienfuegos we dropped our bags at the casas and headed out for a city walk. Although most places were closed and the town was very quiet. Highlights include a walk along the ...

    Cuba (Cienfuegos - Playa Larga - Varadero)

    A travel blog entry by alan-tammy on Jan 07, 2015

    31 photos

    ... with a beautiful beach a lazy 400m away from our casa. Our casa hosts, recommended by Javier, were also very friendly and informative, and offered us breakfast and dinner on their terraced rooftop, which we gladly accepted as he was a chef at the local hotel. Prior to dinner that night we ventured off to the beach for a swim and customary mojito only to have our sunset experience somewhat ruined by the sight of 3 of the many stray dogs in the town having a ...

    Welcome to Cuba

    A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Jul 21, 2013

    24 photos

    ... is somewhat cut off the international financial market. ATMs are nowadays available in most Cuban cities, however, cards issued by US banks and most affiliates do not work. Fortunately my German VISA card works totally fine here.

    Cubans working for the government are paid in moneda nacional (with 1 CUC = 25 Cuban Pesos). State employees (what many Cubans are) only earn an amount of Cuban Pesos equivalent to about 8 to 25 CUC (=USD) a month! With such little income ...

    Adios, Cienfuegos! Hola, Havana!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Mar 11, 2013

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    ... had envisioned but the water was beautiful on the sheltered side of the cove where we lunched. It was cool and windy; the surf was up and waves crashed over the rocks outside of the natural cove.

    After lunch we had another experience that not all of the US travelers to Cuba are offered--a visit to the Bay of Pigs Museum. Aah, perspective!!! We humans are a ...

    Havana Good Time

    A travel blog entry by caselma on Dec 06, 2012

    41 photos

    ... eat traditional Cuban food cooked by locals - no menu's, just whatever they can source that day. If you needed the bathroom, you were directed into the kids rooms to use their toilet, all their belongings in there, toothbrushes etc. Bizarre. The items in the houses included old radios and record players from before the revolution (1959). It was like going back in time every time you walked inside a Cuban's home.

    Everywhere in Cuba, night and day is live ...