Hotel Riu Varadero
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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Alright all, Got to a place calle varedero on Sunday morning and check in to our beach room right by the beach. Perfect place for just relaxing and enjoying the beautiful weather it about 30'degrees. It got to one of the best beach I've been to the sand is pure white and the sea is crystal clear. We been mostly sun bathing and eating. Food and service here is very basic one place we were in the chef and waiter was asleep and everything we wanted they didn't have except for ...
... ve spent 3 days having a fabulous time, our 3rd floor room has a side view of the Ocean, just spoilt by the dozens of palm trees that surround this corner of Cuban paradise. Its a 2 minute walk to the powder soft sandy beach. Oh God its a hard life, but we're coping pretty well! We meander to the huge breakfast buffet around 9 every morning, enjoy freshly squeezed juices, pastries of every type, eggs done however you ...
Trinidad to Varadero
Gosh time flies when were having so much fun. Good points in Trinidad? As with all of Cuba the people are fabulous. Our hotel, Iberostar Trinidad is beautiful. 40 rooms, very pretty lobby and reputedly the best restaurant in Trinidad. Its much smaller and quieter (during the day) than our Havana Iberostar but as fabulous as that was, it was definitely a transit stop for most. The breakfast buffet in Trinidad is tranquility personified. When the ...
... Colada and Rum & Coke. I must say these Cubans love their rum. After having two drinks I literally had headaches, my eyes were hurting the fact that they to be closed.
For the rest of my trip, I spent in the beach talking to the locals and other tourists. I also hop on the tour bus and headed to downtown Varadero - spent enough hours.
On my 3rd last day, I took the tour bus and went to Havana which is 2 hours away. Havana was full of historic building that ...
... the pool. The pool water was decidedly chilly. But hey. This was the really not a biggie. Once you got used to it it wasn't too bad. Number one fact; I didn't have to work for one minute of that week in Varadero and no one expected me to clean, cook, e-mail, telephone or respond to even the most vague of inquiries. Also, no laundry. Plus factor for ...