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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Kids pool
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Versalles Santiago de Cuba
Travel Blogs from Santiago de Cuba
... iguana island which was very pleasant and we stayed on the island and were provided with lunch, then another 1.5 hours back, not sure what happened to the snorkelling! Got back at 4:30 and drove to the next big town about 70km away (that took over an hour), Sancti Spiritus. Found accommodation about a km out of town. Which was down a very long drive at the start of the drive and on the main road was ...
... but seemed to think every thing was fine even after I took the mechanic for a drive for him to listen but were told the cars are rubbish and that it is fine. Back to Trinidad and wondered around more exploring the town and then headed back for a very relaxing afternoon and evening reading and doing very ...
Had breakfast and left for Trinidad, weaving through the traffic of bicycles horse drawn taxis (lots of those) pedestrians and a handful of 40's and 50's cars. Once out the town the traffic was light and we bounced along in our little Geely (Chineese Car). Not too long a drive and it was pretty. We hit Trinidad and then headed to ...
... I could've flagged down. He drives an old school american 50's car. It's a shell inside, and the seat is so high you have to hunch to see out of the windshield. He plays the music loud to try and mask all the groans it makes. It doesn't quite work. I gave him an extra $1 on the $5 to show my appreciation for him getting up so early. It took him a second to comprehend but he was very happy. I got a handshake for that.
The Viazul (gringo) buses in Cuba are a bit of a ...
... there and enjoyed it a lot.
It rains in Santiago
The whole night it poured down rain, which we heard is very unusual – now should we consider ourselves lucky? Ok, so since we will spend the next morning for paper work, maybe the clouds are not too bad and don’t make us miss the beach.
How poor are the Cubans – or are there some rich Cubans?