Casa Miguel Suarez

Address: Calle Gustavo Izquierdo (anciennement Gloria) # 105, Trinidad, Cuba | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Calle Gustavo Izquierdo (anciennement Gloria) # 105, Trinidad.
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      Seeing the real Cuba, Trinidad and beyond.

      A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Dec 18, 2014

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      ... known throughout the world as the invasion point in 1961 at the height of the Cold War. We stop at a small beach bar for our buffet and then our long day trip continues on through miles of farmlands. Tiny shacks make up villages filled with aged horse and carts, farmers drying rice on the roads and bagging it up to be transported to who knows where. Quite a few homes have a horse tied up outside feeding after, no doubt a hard ...

      Exploring Colonial Trinidad

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 15, 2014

      ... the nearby bell tower, Mac went up to the actual bell, Anthea's legs gave up at the lower roof terrace. The sunset from there was amazing with views over the town and across the countryside to the sea. Down below was the rest of the museum about bandidoes. We had an evening beer on a rooftop terrace nearby, listening to a band. Further down the road we had a small fish meal and returned to our accommodation to ...

      Experiencing Real Local Cuba

      A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jun 27, 2014

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      ... I went. Unfortunately, they were doing some work in the house so they couldn't legally host any tourist. A pity because they seemed really nice and they had really good memories from my friend. By chance, the owner's brother has a bed & breakfast too, one of the most luxurious in town, and their booking for the following week just got cancelled. He usually charges 25/30 CUC per night but I'm a friend of a friend, he let it to me for 12 ...


      A travel blog entry by maroline on Mar 04, 2014

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      ... But pretty cute. Day 31: Another awesome breakfast at our casa, then we're off to the tour office for our jeep ride and trek through the Topes de Collantes, a national park. The ride in is majorly bumpy but we arrive and start our tour at a family-owned coffee plantation. Our guide explains the traditional way of how Cubans made coffee. We have two espressos and feel pretty zingy afterwards. And we see a tiny little hummingbird. We reach the Caburni waterfall about half an hour ...


      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 21, 2014

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      ... You couldn't help but peer inside, it was like they were on display. Black and white family photos hung in most, again decorated in furniture from decades ago, but despite the lack of modern fittings and fixtures, their homes were pretty and neatly presented. As we peered respectfully inside their homes, many felt empty but in others a family member could be seen just rocking back and forth in a chair, watching the world go by. It was so rare and nice to witness a ...