Hotel Riu Varadero
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... two doors down as we speak. We will try and do a feature on each restaurant as we eat our way thru Cardenas. As well as the stand alone restaurants we certainly still have the open windows selling everything from pizza shells, bread, pork and my favorite baking. Walk out the front gate of Hostal Angelo's and head right to the corner of Spriu and Cristina you will see the little bakery to your left on the right hand side of Cristina. I do not think it has ...
... was building a new refinery but when Hugo Chavez died 3 years ago it stopped and has been mothballed. We have a response equipment package at this terminal in the event of a tanker or terminal spill also which was interesting to pass.
The closer we got to Havana we saw many oil “donkeys” pumping oil from on shore wells many were closed down we also passed a Sherit gas plant ...
... the beach was practically empty. To maximise the last of my beach time I stayed out longer in the morning, braving the midday sun. As expected, like yesterday the wind picked up too much in the late afternoon to get any more time in. Whilst these few days have been nice it's definitely time to move on. I don't know ...
... so some deliver it to the doors or you drive to the next town (if you have a car) or ask someone you know who drives to the next time to bring you some. But if you are a farmer you are only allowed to sell half of your products privately the other half has to be sold to the government for cheap. Lots of people drive from door to door and sell their goods, and the black market is a big business ...
... in Cuba is probably the best we’ve experienced in South and Central America, and that’s fending off some serious competition from Colombia and Brazil. It’s just more suited to our taste here. Strong, full of flavor and rarely thin and watered down. Like elsewhere in South and Central America you’ll rarely find anything beyond an espresso or coffee with milk but ask for an ‘Americano’ here and you’ll be sharply met with ...