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

    Three weeks in excile week 1: Chocolate and Salsa

    A travel blog entry by cindyhargrave on May 23, 2015

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    ... 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 ...

    Fuck Cuba

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on May 04, 2015

    ... inbetween) I'll have hopefully unwound enough to do Havana for a last few days of sight seeing before heading home.

    Here's a fun game: see how many times you think I slipped a "**** Cuba" into my thought process today.

    Up at 5am for brekkie (inclued in the price, but was a pretty rank ham & chesse toastie), I'd arranged with the traxi driver from yesterday to swing around this morning for a lift to the bus station. Good job I had too, I didn't see any ...

    Santiago de Cuba

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 09, 2015

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    ... Rosado, Mateo, Aguilera, and Frank Pais

    Supper in the La Terraza Casa
    It’s good we already reserved our spot here, so far we didn’t see an exciting restaurant… and Santiago is the first little creepy dark town – with no streetlights… at least here we only have 8 houses to go and then sit on the roof terrace underneath a flower jungle. We had a super ...

    New Year's Eve in Santiago de Cuba

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jan 01, 2015

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    ... roof top of the Casa, fireworks at midnight followed by a big street festival with a lot of dancing. Santiago is a big city which sucked in a lot of tourists for the party. Walking the streets was strange seeing so many travellers after being with solely Cubans for a few weeks but lucky enough still no other Australians. It's now New Year's Day and we treated ourselves to a 4pm sleep-in and watched movies until dinner time. Happy new year amigos ...

    City of Culture

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Feb 27, 2014

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    ... jazz and traditional Cuban pieces. It was so good that a small crowd of passers-by gathered in the street to hear it.

    Our next cultural event was a visit to a traditional Afro-Cuban dance troupe called Cutumba. They have toured throughout the world (including five visits to the US) demonstrating their art. Our visit with them was especially enjoyable, because they got us all up out of our ...