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Re: Trains in Cuba

PHeymont ·
Great question...and possibly not an easy clear answer. Cuba's trains have generally been in poor shape in recent years as older equipment has run down and spares not available. However, according to Mark Smith (The Man in Seat 61), that's changing with the arrival of a fleet of new Chinese-built locomotives. On his site ( Seat61.com ) he has an extensive update of recent changes in schedules, routes and locations (that's important because Havana's main station is closed for a 3-year...
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Re: Trains in Cuba

Wilbur's Travels ·
Thanks for the info. I too love Mark's site. I will try my damnedest to do a train journey if I can so I can send you details. Wilbur.
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Have you been to Coron?

Selena Campbell ·
Have you been to Coron, Palawan in the Philippines? Where you can definitely enjoy a scenic view of different islands and enjoy hopping into different kinds of paradise? Well, I do hope this pandemic comes to an end so that I can start traveling to different parts of the world, most especially the tranquil Philippines' destination - soon. Share your experience in Coron. I would love to read how you have enjoyed the small and simple island.
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Odell Brewing Company, Fort Collins, Colorado

Samantha ·
Samantha, her husband, and niece had a great time on their tour of Odell's Brewing Company on her birthday. The tour, and one sample, are free!
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Trains in Cuba

Wilbur's Travels ·
i know there are plenty of longish train journeys but does anybody know if there are any short (2hours max each way) return hops from Havana, Santiago or Trinidad?
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Fremantle Tram Tours – What’s On Offer

Freemantle Tram Tours (Guest) ·
Freemantle, a coastal city in Western Australia has a lot to offer tourists. Here are some suggestions on how to explore the area (Sponsored content)
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