El Morro de Santiago de Cuba...
El Morro de Santiago de Cuba is one of the most beautiful fort in all of the Caribbean. Its elevated very high up and its very majestic. It is one of those places that at any time of the day you can see the most fantastic colors come out of the Cuban sky.. The sunsets are beautiful.
Walk along Avenida Jose A...
Walk along Avenida Jose A Saco, Santiago de Cuba, The downtown portion between Plaza de Marte and Parque Cespedes has most of the tourist shops and interesting architecture. Some of the oldest Spanish colonial architecture with French influences.
Central Santiago - a famous park dominated by the Hotel "Casa Granda" - the Cathedral and next to Calle Heredia (Trova)
A place where locals will ask you : what do you think about Cuba - why do you visit Cuba
so a place to exchange ideas - to exchange emotions
Exchanging politic views: i had the same feeling a few years later, on the Plaza de Mayo in Argentina, latin America, BsAs and in Cordoba/Argentina with some local students, in 2006.
Those debats will give you a universal view on the places you visit.That is real traveling.
"Casa de la Trova"
The famous "Casa de la Trova" in Calle Heredia - exchange of emotions between a teacher and his student (a Cuban music player living in the Netherlands ) - we had a great time.
But no misunderstanding - this is Ingrid and the famous leader of the band (72 years old-the leader i mean) and the portrait at the wall showing the location of the Casa at Calle Heredia)
I love Santiago de Cuba. I...
I love Santiago de Cuba. I truly found that people here are way much friendlierand more humble then people in Havana. I also thought that it was a much cleaner city as well. Santiago has alot to offer so try not to miss this beautiful city... This picture was taken up top from the Hotel 5 Estrella.