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

    Welcome to Eastern Cuba!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Feb 26, 2014

    7 photos

    ... off early. The children are given free daycare and a healthy breakfast until classes start. This is an extremely helpful service for the parents, and partially because of it, few parents in Cuba have to pay for child care. The schools also offer daily after school activities, thus providing a daycare option on the other end of the day. Those parents who do not want to avail themselves of school daycare options usually leave their children ...

    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 ...

    Resting in the pool

    A travel blog entry by arnold.smolders on Aug 05, 2013

    4 photos

    The last few days we stayed near Holguin, in an all inclusive hotel near the beach. It was a few hour drive from Santiago, and the rest of the days we just relaxed near the beach, swam in the sea and pool and made long walks along the shore. The inclusive part included free cocktails and beer, which we should have taken to our advantage more. We went out one night in a sort of club, which was a bit disappointing. The last day we sailed catamaran, after which we packed our bags to go home. ...

    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, ...

    Staying at the best hotel: Paradisus Rio de Oro

    A travel blog entry by marisablomerus on Nov 27, 2010

    38 photos

    ... more activities, such as pool volleyball or sailing on a hobby cat. One afternoon when we were hanging around the swim-up bar in the pool, the animation team wanted all of us to join the bingo game they were starting. Obviously nobody wanted to get out of the pool, so they moved the bingo to us which were a lot of fun.

    In the late afternoons we would retire to our room for a refreshing nap before we would get ready ...