Since I stayed in Trinidad for three nights, this is probably the most familiar place in Cuba. When I have nothing to do during the day and night, I come here to swing around and surf the Internet (yes, this is also one of the Internet sites). My favorite evening time is Plaza Mayor. The whole square is like a soft-light version of a dream. With the fire clouds fading away in the distant sky and the quiet Plaza getting busy during the day, tourists suddenly don't know where to come out. They gather on the steps and bury their heads on the Internet and drink.
Plaza Mayor is the main square in the old city of Trinidad. It is the center of the old city, surrounded by some ancient buildings. Every weekend evening, the church will have a lively performance of folk songs and dances. Everyone will sit on the steps of the square, and enjoy themselves with beer. It's very interesting.
Plaza Mayor Mayor Mayor Square is quite busy. We are here to watch some local performances, but it costs money to take pictures with any street performer, and thieves and their many friends here must pay close attention to it! ___________ But the atmosphere in the square is good.
Mayor Square is a historic center with a unique style. The buildings around it are not very high. There are statues and many rest benches in the square. They can rest and enjoy the scenery. They are also good places. Basically, you'll walk through this place when you come here.
Meet friends at noon, out of the company you really don't expect to have a meal, just come to Star Street to see what's new, and then see this, and then come in. Because of the small number of people in the shop, the atmosphere is good and quite quiet. Lunch has tapas set, four tapas, the taste is quite ordinary. The bread for the front dish is delicious. Service is not getting better with fewer people. Ordinary normal service. No 10%.
Very good town, really very good, we came to play is also very happy, the scenery is very good, I like the environment here, really very happy.
The square square is not open, but surrounded by buildings. It's the central square of Madrid, not far from the Solar Gate.