Islazul Mar del Sur Aparthotel

Address: Ave. 3ra y Calle 30, Varadero, 42200, Cuba | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Varadero

Cuba's newest restaurant district....Cardènas!

A travel blog entry by canadian_chica on Jul 10, 2015

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... or the local catch of fish on bun. But since the changes to ownership of restaurants have eased up in 2011 restaurant a plenty are popping up on every corner. Restaurants were already working directly with local farmers and suppliers of goods like no where else to create dishes that are innovative and delicious. Cardènas's restaurant scene is as diverse as the community itself. From gourmet fancy like Las Delicias in the Matadero area or if fine dining ...


A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on May 31, 2015

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... was building a new refinery but when Hugo Chavez died 3 years ago it stopped and has been mothballed. We have a response equipment package at this terminal in the event of a tanker or terminal spill also which was interesting to pass.

The closer we got to Havana we saw many oil “donkeys” pumping oil from on shore wells many were closed down we also passed a Sherit gas plant ...

Clowning Around

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Apr 29, 2015

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"So, there is this artist who owns a farm..." It sounds like the beginning of a joke to an American, right? Especially to one who just graduated after years of hearing, "Don't do a history degree, it's worthless!" In America, the idea of an artist buying a farm is nearly ludicrous. In fact, to a college student, the idea of an artist owning anything other than the cardboard box that is their house is equally hysterical and jealousy-inducing. ...

Varadero II

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 15, 2015

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... So what is the difference of Varadero to the rest of Cuba?

  • Every street has a sign: so you always know where you are
  • The street signs are on a post easy to see and all in white with black writing, as where if you find street signs in other towns which is very rare: they can be on the ground on a cement block, or on a house wall – and then very likely the wall you only ...

Thanks for the memories

A travel blog entry by tony.purcell on Sep 02, 2014

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... arrive! We wanted to enjoy one last bit of Cuba so went to the airport in a Ford convertible, that was at least 60 years old. They mostly have new engines (Mitsubishi or Kia) but it's phenomenal that these are knocking about still!! We leave Cuba with extremely mixed feelings. We are so glad we came, it's truly somewhere that needs to be experienced to be believed! But also a very complicated one with a sad history that the people wear on their faces. Next stop ...