Hotel Versalles

Alturas de Versalles km 1/2, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | 3 star hotel
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It's a long way to Santiago

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7

... know!) and Joanne & Kathy needed to catch up on some missed Zzzz from last night.

We had read in the Lonely Planet that cuisine in Santiago is severely lacking and absolutely nothing to write home about, but we decided to chance our arms and try find somewhere semi-decent to get some dinner that night. We failed miserably!! We went into a local restaurant and after ordering what we had hoped would be grilled chicken we were presented with some sort of chicken, ...

24 degrees and a faint waft of sewage

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... the content at speed and whisked us around the, sometimes quite harrowing, exhibits and detailed accounts of rebellion and torture. She also informed us that after 1959 all Cuban military barracks were turned into schools, so next door to the museum there would be children playing. Last stop of the day was Morro Castle, the construction of which took more than sixty years to complete, from 1638 to 1700. After a wander round and a look out to sea, we stopped for yet another feast of ...

22nd to 24th november - Sancti Spiritus

A travel blog entry by stuwelly


... then relays the story to all the other climbers in the car, they all laugh out loud....that was a very cool momment for me.

We climb on a mogote, quite different to vinales, more like dinas rock (a local crag for swansea climbers) just not as horrible. Very cool day, everyone very welcoming and makes me feel like ive known everyone for years. Mikael is clearly the defacto club chairman, looking out for the young lads, top bloke. We climb together all day, ...

Don’t waste your time going here

A travel blog entry by steffen102


... walk through deserted streets in the dark, we had a taxi driver take us for 4 CUC (= 4 USD) to the city centre. Well, it took about two minutes. What a rip-off with all these taxi prices in Cuba! After finding a nice casa particulares thanks to the helpful staff at another casa which had already been full, we called it a day as we were quite exhausted from the long travel.

What is there to see in this town of 100.000 people?


Santiago de Cuba, May 27-28

A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli


... geschichtlich zurückzuführen ist auf die Einwanderer aus Frankreich, Haiti, Afrika und Jamaica. Santiago ist definitiv anders als der Rest von Kuba. Während 100 Jahren zählte Santiago als Hauptstadt von welcher auch das Land geführt wurde. Im Museum konnten wir Bilder davon sehen, was der Hurrican Sandy letztes Jahr in Kuba, speziell in Santiago de Cuba angerichtet hat. Eine riesen Verwüstung und natürlich ist noch nicht wieder alles repariert. Auf Fragen zum Wiederaufbau und ...

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