GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Hotel La Rusa Offers 12 air-conditioned rooms, private bathroom, radio, and telephone. TV set, bar and restaurant within Luxuriant tropical vegetation, virgin and clear beaches, pure air and history, are some of the attractions to be found in Baracoa, the easternmost point on the isle of Cuba. Baracoa enjoys the privilege of being the first town founded in Cuba by Spaniards, back in 1512.Its alleys, houses and dwellers have always been enveloped in an atmosphere of reality and legend La Rusa Hotel is evidence of this. Its former owner, a Russian woman who made her home in the city after wandering over many countries and cities, inspired Cuban writer Alejo Carpentier with one of the characters in his novel "La Consagracion de la Primavera".Small, secretive and cozy, and rising up by the seaside, the hotel is touched by the gentle sea breeze and gives a wide panorama of the blue water down from its windows. The city gives visitors the unique chance of admiring the view of El Yunque, an anvil-like height which deeply moved Admiral Christopher Columbus on landing in Baracoa. The historic center and both Matachin and La Punta forts have outlived the Spanish settlement. Trips are arranged to Duana Farm, where plenty of fruit trees and tropical plants are the perfect scenery to enjoy creole food, witness our peasants' traditions, and know the magic cacao beans. Avail yourself of the opportunity Gocubaplus.com is giving you to know the Prime City of Cuba. This adventure is really worth seeking. The room Offers 12 air-conditioned rooms, private bathroom, radio, and telephone. TV set, bar and restaurant.
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