La Musa de la Plaza

If you want to visit a town where the colonial past is still visible in its streets and architecture than you should visit Trinidad, Cuba. With its pastel colored buildings and cobblestone streets, it seems like not much has changed since the 1700’s. Smack in the middle of the central plaza is a statue of Terpsichore, the Greek muse of music and dance. This is a good starting point to begin your tour of the town’s many museums and churches. I love exploring by foot and this charming town had plenty to offer. At the end of the day, I was enthralled with all the sights, colors, and sounds of Trinidad…but my feet weren’t.

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Karen Eady RimbertOctober 20, 2012 - 5:22 pm

Beautiful photos…going next month. How much do you pay the old ladies around Obispo?

PixamundoOctober 20, 2012 - 6:27 pm

Thanks Karen. You mean the cigar smoking grandmas? I think I gave them $1. Not bad for 10 seconds worth of their time. Maybe I overpaid. Carry around plenty of $1 Cuban convertible pesos. Or better yet, get loose change at the bank.

Karen Eady RimbertOctober 20, 2012 - 6:46 pm

Thanks a lot. THe photo was well worth $1!! When were you in Cuba?

PixamundoOctober 20, 2012 - 6:51 pm

I was there last April. Visited Havana, Viñales, and Trinidad. Loved them all.

Mirta Blasia TassiniFebruary 1, 2013 - 1:55 pm

Maravillosas todas las fotos, que ya dejan de ser fotos, son Cuadros Espectaculares! Felicitaciones, realmente un Genio! Un Abrazo de Todo Corazón!

PixamundoFebruary 3, 2013 - 9:43 pm

Gracias por tus lindos comentarios, Mirta. Me da gusto que te agraden tanto estas foto. Me da animo para seguir compartiendo mas.

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