Hotel Be Live Turquesa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... fancy Don Qkos on the upscale side of things. Then we have Bolo Ocho or the Hard Rock D'porte that offer a little hipper almost roadhouse cuban style joint. We can't forget the culinary scene that is opening in the city centre where bus loads of Canadians and the like stop for a cold beer and local grub. Some of these are Don Ramones doing Cuban/Italian or Studio 55 with there funky decor and great burgers, Studio 55 has become so popular they are opening a ...
... in Habana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad was excellent with no one sick at all. Strange that the only truly tourist spot in Cuba Varadero the food was not very good quality. Maybe just a fluke that we hit a bad one.
The drive back the next morning from Varadero to Habana was really nice as the road followed the coast all the way. We passed Matanzas which is a town and an oil terminal where PDVSA ...
Sticking with the formula, yesterday I got up and headed to the beach. It got a bit too windy in the afternoon so I cut out early. In the evening I went to watch the revolving rock band. The Irish girl was already there. A couple of mojitos and we cut out around half 12.
Pretty similar today too, though being ...
... here and so we love it here!!!
Where is the supermarket for the locals?
That was something we wondered about, after going into those 2 small mini Mercado’s. When checking with Orlando we learned there is no Beef for Cubans – prohibited by Castro, locals are not allowed to sell their chicken, pork veggies and fruit – except one day (when everyone ...
... to only the island itself. Buildings, cars and streets are all so bright which is complemented by the rays of sunshine coming from the sky and the baby blue sea to your left; it’s the only place in the world I have been where the streets have more colour than the TV. In the modern day it’s unfortunately rare to find a country that is not completely trying to redevelop a style to emulate their neighbours around the world. Variety is good, ask anyone other than The Daily ...