Hostal Buen Viaje
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... and shooting fireworks for Christmas interested us all and so we decided to arrive on the 23rd to get ready. Our booked 10am taxi arrived at 12:30 and so we found our new Christmas casa a little later than expected. The wait was however worth it after accidentally entering an illegal Casa we asked around and found a somewhat mansion right in the main square where the Christmas eve eve party was already pumping. The rooms were gigantic with 2 double beds in ...
... s head ache had cleared & so we decided to walk the distance. When we arrived there was a lot of activity in front of the monument, it seemed that some sort of event was being set up. We wandered around looking a little lost & wondered where exactly Che’s remains were? Behind the the statue was the entry to the museum & as we tried to get closer a soldier stopped us saying that is was closed for renovation.....Great.
... In 1997 Che's remains were recovered from a mass grave in Bolivia and reburied in this tasteful memorial. The larger than life statue was erected in 1987 to mark the twentieth anniversary of Guevara’s murder in Bolivia. From here we walked back into town passing by a series of interesting murals depicting the well known political tensions present with the United States. While many of ...
... Yum. The bus station was once again within walking distance. It featured no signs, but busses parked there were a hint that it was, in fact, the station. We got our tickets for Varadero as well as Remedios. The washroom was useable but a sign told us not to flush. After arriving in Remedios, we took a bici taxi to the town square. I had trouble using this type of transit because I didn't want to appear like one of the wealthy tourists looking ...
... Pesos for everyone else.
Our small group had an in-depth discussion at lunch and dinner, mostly about the dearth of patrons at the restaurants. Most Cubans cannot afford to eat in restaurants and it wasn’t quite tourist season. It’s incredible that the businesses could afford to stay in business until we were reminded that they are government owned. Customers aren’t needed for ...