Villa Gaviota Santiago de Cuba

Address: 502 Ave. Manduley, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 502 Ave. Manduley, Santiago de Cuba.
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        Travel Blogs from Santiago de Cuba

        Cuba Day 4 Warm Sunsets & Cold Mojitos

        A travel blog entry by travellovebite on Sep 14, 2015

        15 photos

        ... various other things in exchange for blessings. The love for God by the Cuban people are not to be challenged with. They are very God fearing people. The stairs that lead up to the church is very unique giving it a majestic feeling to it. A quick prayer and couple of pictures later, we were back on the bus.

        The next stop was to be the Cementario Santa Ifigenia, which happens to be the second most important in Cuba. This 1863 cemetery holds ...

        Fortress and fortitude

        A travel blog entry by juliawol on Sep 01, 2015

        7 photos

        ... good to be out of the heat of the city, so we sat under a banana leaf umbrella and chatted for a few hours on the three big topics - religion, revolutions, choices. A most pleasant afternoon until a threatening cloud encouraged us to go back. Once back by the Cathedral, having earlier purchased wifi cards i was able to connect and joyful about it. My next appointment with a local musician in Parque Cespedes did not happen and i only found out once i ...

        Three weeks in excile week 1: Chocolate and Salsa

        A travel blog entry by cindyhargrave on May 23, 2015

        10 photos

        ... about man named Camilo Cienfuegos, who was killed in a plane crash after the the success of the revolution. I got the impression from the museum that this man was a well liked person. When I asked my tour leader about him, she said the people loved him and would chant his name, not Fidel's, at rallies and there are suspicions about the 'accident' in which he was killed. Apparently he was no where near to the left as Fidel and Che and much younger, Cubans can only be left to ponder ...

        Santiago de Cuba

        A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 09, 2015

        97 photos

        ... s road. We wonder how with so few cars, the air can be so stinky and polluted… but very likely if you look for a car that doesn’t stink, then you won the lottery. It’s amazing how smelly and stinky the air here is.

        Through some foothills
        We thought we leave the mountains, but looks like we are still within some hills and we have some wonderful views on ...

        Santiago de Cuba

        A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Jan 18, 2015

        1 comment, 20 photos

        ... us to Cuba even if there was a smell from the oil refineries close by.
        Coaches were lined up ready to take passengers on the tours for the day and a huddle of tour guides were also preparing to receive their groups but not before health officials came onboard to carry out body temperature checks on all those going ashore.
        It took quite a while for all the passengers going ashore to be processed, firstly everyone had their body temperature taken by local health ...