Villa Islazul Don Lino

Playa Blanca, Rafael Freyre, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Playa Blanca, Rafael Freyre.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Islazul Don Lino Rafael Freyre

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    Travel Blogs from Rafael Freyre

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

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 02, 2014


    ... Captain’s Circle host. We chatted for a while and then headed off to the Champagne Waterfall where Tom and Joyce as the most travelled passengers were invited to pour the first bottle of champagne with the Maitre 'D.

    After the intro of the officers etc we hightailed it up to dinner. I had Stilton cheese mouse with an apple slaw for starters followed by Barramundi with fresh asparagus, sauted leeks and four very nice potato ...

    Welcome to Eastern Cuba!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Feb 26, 2014

    7 photos

    ... on a color guard style marching show. Then, they went back to their classes while we talked with the principal and some of the teachers. Elementary schools in Cuba are run more or less the same way as US ones. The differences are mostly little things. For instance, the students have to wear uniforms. Also, elementary schools open at around 6.30 AM. This is so that if both parents have to work, as most do nowadays, they can drop ...

    Visiting the real CUBA! :)

    A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim on Nov 08, 2013

    20 photos

    ... photos of his fancy car and then moved around on his farm with him showing us of his vegetables fruits (lime, avocado, pineapple, sweet apple, camomile, bananas, Palm Trees, mango tree) he grows and taste testing them from mandarine, orange, coconut, almonds, sugarcane! Was an awesome experience. After completing the tour we headed to their house and had home grown coffee, cheese and jam jello! Was an acquired taste I believe!! Lunch stop was a little drive ...


    A travel blog entry by a.k.n. on Oct 06, 2013

    Wandered around complex and along beach to next hotel to see their cigar collection but jobs worth refused us entry. Cubans :-( . We were going to go back to Guadalavaca but apparently they shut at 12 on a sun so well go tomorrow. After an afternoon on the beach back to lobby bar for a few aparatief's had our meal in the Gondola Resturaunt poor food poor service. So back to the lobby bar to meet up again for drink or poo's latest night yet 12:15 ...

    Guadalavaca Town

    A travel blog entry by a.k.n. on Sep 30, 2013

    ... couple from Croydon who had been here three years ago also with the same idea. The trip took 35 mins stopping off at all the hotels then into the town... One small hotel complex Club Amigo + apartments, a micro market with Cuban paraphernalia where for once I took a fancy to a 20 x 16 canvas of Cohibas cigars quite stunning $25 CUC. PJ got some ...