Villa Islazul El Bosque

Address: Ave. Jorge Dimitrov esq. a 9na., Holguin, Cuba | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Ave. Jorge Dimitrov esq. a 9na., Holguin.
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      Travel Blogs from Holguin

      Day 15, Princess Cays

      A travel blog entry by leemallender on Dec 19, 2014

      ... chips at the Trident grill. There were a couple of concerts on the big screen today, Paul McCarntney and Tom Jones. Tom was OK, the other dick needs putting down. We didn't do the hot tubs today, it was so hot on deck and they are very hot themselves we didn't bother. They are best done late afternoon / early evening. However we were trying to do as much as we could on our last day. We returned to the room mid afternoon and had a cup of tea on the ...

      Welcome to Eastern Cuba!

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Feb 26, 2014

      7 photos

      ... for the city. The current cross was erected to replace one that was destroyed in the early nineties. The area had entered into a drought, and many of the locals, attributing the drought to the destruction of the cross, erected it. The drought continued, though. Before long, the people noticed that they had forgotten to paint the cross. They went back and painted it white to match all the previous crosses. Soon afterward, the drought ...

      Visiting the real CUBA! :)

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

      20 photos

      ... where digging a outhouse and then found over 122 skeleton parts! Walked across the road to learn about old aboriginal techniques they use to use. Back on the bus we go to make our way to the local farm - on the way passing so many modes of transport- local buses, tourist buses, horse and carriages, taxis, old school taxis, bicycle taxis, cow pulling a trailer of people was crazy! Arriving at the farmers farm and greeted by this Spanish farmer who invited us ...

      Cuba 2012

      A travel blog entry by tammyl on Jan 07, 2012

      12 photos

      This trip was a great relaxing vacation. The resort could have been nicer but it had a very relaxed vibe which was all that was needed. The ocean was warmer than the pool so we swam in the ocean more. There were tons of hammocks all around the resort to relax on and the beaches were stunning. It was a really great ...

      It's a long way to see a rooster

      A travel blog entry by bearethere on Sep 13, 2011

      9 photos

      ... e listened to the poor man as it took concentration to make out some of his words due to his accent.
      So, when he tapped on the microphone and said "Let me tell you the history of the rooster"
      we all looked at each other. Judy, sitting across the aisle from me, a nice lady of around 55 mouthed the words "The rooster? What the hell?"
      Yeah. And we got the history. And then we stopped in the town of Moron, no, ...