- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... streets and country tracks.
Our journey, it was fair to say, began and continued with a bump. But not for long, after about 10 minutes of trundling along cobbled streets we came to a halt and waited to be joined by a group on horseback. Most of the Cubans rode with western style spurs and wore stetsons or cowboy hats.
It wasn't long before we hit the trail: "Wagons roll" with the cowboys leading and ...
... patio terrace and there we had our rocking chairs. Biggest surprise when we open the room we are in the Princess’s wonderland: Everything is in pink and with hearts… after Paul went over his shock that he will be a Princess tonight… we loved it.
Especially after we got coffee with fresh Banana chips – our new favourite snack.
For supper we had ...
... Most folk if they dont travel by horse, bicycle use a horse and cart. Its a British 19th century picture postcard. Time has stood still for far too long in Cuba.
After a quick but interesting stop to see the main square in Cienfuegos where I decided to take a video, which was an inspired decision as the local band were just tuning up for a teatime performance. So as I walked around filming the beautiful buildings ...
... to keep our braziers on. My mom asked the lady and she gave us another sheet. Now we were set, until I asked for the female masseuse instead of the Man. The lady said he had back problems and could only do massages on the high table, so my mom and I wrapped our sheets around us and switched tables. Finally we were settled and we enjoyed the massages. The massage was very interesting in that the masseuse made very loud and quick sounds on my back, and every ...
... of hours sweating in the sun. The waterfall was small but with a gorgeous pool beneath it which looked like a cenote- so, SO refreshing and just what we needed. We spent a good couple of hours swimming, relaxing and climbing up the rocks to jump in. Beautiful.