Hostal Buen Viaje

Address: Calle Andres del Rio No. 20, Remedios, 52700, Cuba | Inn
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This inn is located on Calle Andres del Rio No. 20, Remedios.
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      Quiet Town For A Change

      A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jul 10, 2014

      27 photos

      ... a cheaper option around because I couldn't afford the 25 CUC, and again, they happily offered me to stay for 10 CUC, thanks m'dam.

      The town is really cute, not many tourists around, a calm relaxing place, perfect after hectic times, perfect before finishing by some more busy time in Havana.

      I got my **** kicked at chess with old locals. I went for a long run to the beach, I know, that sounds stupid in this crazy hot weather but ...

      A Sell Out At The Baseball

      A travel blog entry by mish_brendan on Feb 25, 2012

      8 photos

      ... museum about the event. Funnily, in keeping with this countries fascination with putting random things on display, the bulldozer used is mounted on a cement pedestal. We also visited Mirador Capiro which was the vantage point for Che’s men in the assault. On our way back we stumbled upon a local eatery operating out of a family home and struck gold with a hot dog, hamburger, omelette sandwich and two lemonades for 75 cents! In the evening ...

      Chasing Che

      A travel blog entry by moinmotion on Apr 18, 2011

      1 photo

      ... crops where students would spend time working in the fields each day. He remarked on the Doctors' homes along the highway which double as clinics. Although medical care is free,doctors aren't paid any better than anyone else. Therefore, those who bring gifts tend to be assisted much sooner than those who don't. Another example of that "under the table" economy. Capitalism persists in one of the most socialist states in the world.


      Playing with Fire

      A travel blog entry by stanlee84 on Dec 24, 2010

      23 photos

      ... women. I'm not sure whether they were girls of the night, or attempting to pickpocket me, but what I do know is that I was 'polite' enough to finish the grinding dance we started, I didn't want to offend. When I staggered home at 6am, the locals were still letting off fireworks with the same intensity as they did in the first hour, incredible, we were suprised they had the means to produce such a ...

      Insane Xmax Eve - Fireworks Time!!

      A travel blog entry by adamsteph on Dec 24, 2010

      14 photos

      ... in Local Pesos. 1 CUC = 1.20 AUD after all the inflated taxes that Cuba imposes on foreigners. Beers (Cervesa) are about 1 CUC and food items about 5 local Peso.

      S: There were people selling silly little nic naxs like – Cheap lollipops (definitely no Chubba chups), Steel wool and basically just general ****. These stalls where set up everywhere. There was also ice cream and pop corn stands. I tried both and the popcorn was pretty good, the ...