Villa Islazul Don Lino

Address: Playa Blanca, Rafael Freyre, Cuba | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Playa Blanca, Rafael Freyre.
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    Travel Blogs from Rafael Freyre

    Two parques and some streets

    A travel blog entry by nyukwha on May 04, 2015

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    ... city of two parques and some streets. The place is dressing up for a festival in these two plaza’s in the centre of town, but while we have lunch the rain starts pouring down only to cease in the evening. The poor kids, who have been waiting all the time to perform. In the evening there is a demonstration of different types of dance in one of the squares. There is not a large audience ...

    A small coastal town

    A travel blog entry by nyukwha on May 03, 2015

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    Gibara is a small coastal village that was hit by hurricane Ike some years ago. The idea was that we were going to cross the bay by ferry to the beach but it rained all night into the morning to stop around noon. Threatening clouds don’t invite us to do anything but walk to the mirador from where you can see the surroundings, followed by a walk back past non-descript houses until we reach the square around the corner of our casa. There is a church with three domes, ...

    Gibara

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 11, 2015

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    Playa Calatones
    Since we are not totally convinced about the 3 beaches in town we decide to drive the 17 km to the sandy-white beach – so we did it, since its gravel road with holes and goats we were not the fastest. And what really got to us was that they had the huge windmills here…
    and then we arrive and come through a little nearly hurricane blown away town and there ...

    Day 15, Princess Cays

    A travel blog entry by leemallender on Dec 19, 2014

    ... so I decided a little $10 bet on the slots. I let Sharon play and told her to be lucky, she won $25. To be fair, over the 2 weeks we are only about $7 up but we rarely play the machines and it was different. Finally we headed to the back of the ship, had a cuppa looking out over the wake before returning to our room to get some sleep. Tomorrow we leave the ship at 9.30am local time and return back home around midday on Sunday so it's going to be a long ...

    All at sea !! What's not to love about that?

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... out on our balcony, drank the coffee, ate the sandwiches and read a book for quite a while before we ventured out again.



    Our next foray was to go to another lecture but when I saw that it was about art I decided to pass on that. We stumbled into the Casino – it was on the way to wherever we were heading – and then we watched a couple of people play a machine which sweeps coins into the trough. We were fascinated by ...