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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
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... resting places of several relevant figures in the islands history, evoking two centuries of it, and one of the most important funeral monuments in Latin America and the Caribbean. The cemetery contains the Mausoleum to Cuba's national hero, Jose Marti, as well as the graves of Carlos Manueal de Cespedes, the Father of the Cuban Nation and that of Tomas Estrad Palma (Cuba's first President). As far I have heard Fidel Castro will be buried here as well. ...
... because it is difficilt to receive messages here. Phones and communication is another big topic in Cuba. For example getting a landline is incredibly expensive but once it's your turn the government will assign it to you - some people sell their landlines. With mobiles, if a call is from landline the reciever pays, not the one who calls. Mobile to mobile calls both pay. Many poeple don't have phones. For example to get in touch with Guillermo who lives ...
... outdoor bar where we headed for a few drinks- very interesting and fun watching all the horse and carts go by and the old cars. Then headed back to the hotel for dinner. It was interesting and followed by an even more interesting magic show and the the local disco for the town....a good interesting day and evening. The hotel had a tour group from Canada.. Oh my I would go mad on a tour like ...
Up early in the hope of getting a place on a catamaran that does snorkelling trips. Got to the marina only to find that others who were meant to pitch, had not so the trip did not go ahead. We then went to the car hire place to talk about the funny noises in our car, were sent to the workshop and they ...
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 ...