Hotel Los Caneyes
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Connecting with the people was a major part of our trip to Cuba. We met up with a Cuban baseball team at a field in Remedios to play a game with them. The entire group played a "game" of baseball with the Cuban team; in reality it was just for fun. The Cuban team threw the game, but seeing our friends trip into bases and swing and miss the ball for …
What a great day! We began our morning at a private concert with the Cienfuegos chamber orchestra. After their incredible performance, our group was invited to perform for them. Luckily, we have talented people, like Brain with his cello and TJ3 with piano. We were able to exchange talent and conversation with these amazing Cuban musicians.
Anyway, his casa was central and was OK although they sort of took offence when I said I would always eat out in the town. I guess serving you meals is an easy way for them to make extra money, and its money that they wouldn't have to declare. I think the money they get for providing accommodation is "taxable" and is hard not to be declared as when you check in they take all your passport details etc and record it ...
... li>The families moved here from the coast to evade the pirate raids
So when we checked it out, Paul said there are bullet holes – and he was right they are from the police when Che attacked the city.
Parque Leonicio Vidal
The main square of the city with lots of nice wrought-iron benches for sitting, named after a colonel of the independence war who died ...
... Plus this meant we'd be able to get snacks etc for the equivalent of 20cent and the likes. Kathy went into the bank with 10 CUC (equivalent of $10) to change it into Pesos while we waited outside. A few minutes later a bank official came out to us and started rambling something in Spanish and pointing inside. (On a side note, we had picked up few words in Spanish along the past few months but Cuban Spanish is a whole other kettle of fish. They tend not to pronounce letters ...