Villa Gaviota Santiago de Cuba

502 Ave. Manduley, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Cuba

The War for Independence in Santiago de Cuba

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan

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... escaped the plantations beginning in 1789 and went to the Tivoli area of Santiago. It is the best example of a Caribbean city and has the best music in Cuba. "Son" is the national rhythm. Slavery was not abolished in Cuba until 1886 because the powerful plantation owners refused to give up their labor supply.

After we left the hotel we went to San Juan Hill, which is more of a knoll. This where Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough ...

Landed in Cuba!

A travel blog entry by mblosser

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... friendly and hospitable. On the way back to our place we stopped at the Moncada barracks, the location where Fidel and other rebels staged a failed attack on the Batista regime that resulted in his imprisonment and his famous "History will absolve me speech". The casa particulares we stayed at was great. It was called Casa Nelson y Daisy. They were an older couple that rented out two rooms with two beds that included a bathroom and a hot shower. ...

Santiago de Cuba - The Melting Pot

A travel blog entry by iluv2xplore

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... duration of my journey.

Our plan for the day included an 8AM departure for Santiago de Cuba, which is approximately 250km away from Baracoa, lunch in Santiago de Cuba, and visits to the Jesuit Delores College (where Fidel Castro was educated), and the Carnival Museum, to name a few.


ALTO DE COTILLA
We made a quick stop en route from Baracoa to Santiago de Cuba to enjoy the beautiful scenery at Alto de Cotilla. ...

Going South

A travel blog entry by smitherson

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A hellish bus ride later we arrived in Santiago de Cuba as the sun rose. The hustle and bustle around the bus terminal was crazy but our taxi drive came looking for us and we were away before we new it.

Maria who ran the Casa was lovely and let us have a spare room, as we had arrived so early. So we got a few hour kip and then headed into town ...

HELPING THE LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

5

... de Cuba.

Most went back on the bus at 1300. I went to the Museo de Ambiente HIstorico with Red 9 CUC re 2 entry tickets and a camera ticket. The place was good with several centuries of history. Red probably would not have walked around alone, leery of loiterers [where is the 'traveler' claim?].

Walked down toward the wharf area, Red getting some buns. She seems to revel in such cheap meals. We did meander ...

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This 2 star hotel is located on 502 Ave. Manduley, Santiago de Cuba.
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