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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palco Vinales
I stayed in the playa area. The hotel is very good conditions. I like the cigars shop because the man who hancraft the habanos is the same since 25 years ago. In the store they sell delicious chocolates, great as a souvenirs
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It is important to remember that Cuba is a country old fashion and not modern world, so pay in cash.
... we can see the mogotes - verdant mountain hulks – which dominate the skyline and the landscape. In the valleys below the mogotes, farmers cultivate a variety of crops in the rich red fertile soil. Although we are too early to see tobacco growing in the fields our first stop is a farm where tobacco is the primary crop.
As we approach the farm is quiet – except for a few ...
The Vinales Car mechanic:
when we checked out the Car rental, Havana car closes at 5 pm, so we are a little late, then a guy came and told us, he is the mechanic for the car rental and he checked the car… something is broken (common it’s Chinese cars) and he can’t fix it, it requires a new part… and yes we can drive to a restaurant… where do you stay: Cirilio… ...
... is full of Germans and Canadians, We haven't met an Australian yet. We arrived at vinales to be greeted by our host with sign Nicholas and Janice Australia, that was amongst all other signs and people pushing their casa. So Alberto took us to his casa, again no English, met his parents and grandmother along with neighbours and cousin. All sitting looking at us with massive smiles. ...
... I can't quite imagine how so many people hid inside them for so long. Theres now an outdoor restaurant and bar when you walk through the entire passage and a little horse and cart takes us back around to the front so we can have our free drink, which is basically rum, orange juice, honey and fruit. Er, so much rum. Thank you Cuba... We hire a couple of bikes for a few hours and check out an old mural (I'm not sure how old) which is painted on ...