|A wide sidewalk called the Malecon runs along the Bay at Cienfuegos|
|Looking into the living room of our Casa Particular from|
the dining room.,
|A few of the houses across the street - we loved the flag|
decorated terrace on the last one.
|Another lovely casa|
|Our own Casa Particular, run by Chichi and Elena with|
their son Javier.
|Horse drawn carriages are everywhere outside of Havana|
(and some even in the city). These are not for the tourists,
although a few are, but transportation for the locals.
|Arcades line the main street and everywhere|
there is beautiful wrought iron work.
|The main street has a tree lined center park down the entire|
length until you reach the Malecon along the bay.
|Larry and Scott join our bartender at the Bahia Restaurant|
for a photo. We had a great lunch there.
|As everywhere young people love having their photos taken|
(and not only the young). After taking their photos for them
I took one of them myself. These were Cuban students on
a weekend holiday.
|Beautiful homes lined the bay|
|This one was undergoing renovations.|
|The Blue Palace (from the back)|
|Heather poses with famous native son|
Benny More - Cuban singer
|Restaurants line the one of the Pedestrian streets that lead to|
Jose Marti Square.
|Here's a view of a section with lots of seats for people watching.|
|I loved these public phone "booths" and notice the FBI|
on the t shirt of the man on the left.
|The Cienfuegos Cathedral with the Medici Lions.|
|The lovely theater|
|Huge trees cast comfortable shadows across many of the benches|
|Lots of people are frustrating themselves trying to use the|
public internet. We certainly had problems.
|The "barbershop" trio that played for us during dinner. They|
loved to harmonize - more than usual in cuban music.
|The view as the sun was setting down the Pedestrian street.|
|Larry and Scott enjoy their very expensive ice creams!|
|Next morning Christine was feeling much better.|
|A shot as we approach the concert on the Prado (the park|
in the center of the main street).
|A close up view of the right side.|
|And on the left - no strings so really a band for this concert.|
|Bicycles are fitted with a wooden seat in front for children.|
Generally women sit on the back wheel.
|Christine looking lovely and feeling well.|
|Another pedestrian street lined with souvenir stalls and|
waiting for customers.
|We all loved these cars and cameras made of|
soft drink cans - Christine bought several for
|These last photos are all Christine's and they|
are fun! These puffer fish were made into
ceiling lights at the Bahia Restaurant.
|I love the textures in this shot|
|Vintage car and lovely home along the Malecon|
|The view along the road from Cienfuegos to Trinidad|
|Our taxi driver to Trinidad and his car.|
|This is priceless! Great eye Christine.|
|Street scene in Trinidad|
|Christine enjoying this great orange car!|