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The general advice is that hotels which are all state run can be uneven in the services they provide. Hotel names listed below are chosen because they are close to the conference venue. These hotels are reviewed on Tripadvisor. Otherwise casas particulares (Bed and Breakfast) are privately run and are often more comfortable and offer better value for money. Contacts on the list below are all in the vicinity of the conference location.
Hotels close to the conference venue.
List of Private Houses
The prices range between 20 and 60 CUC a night. In high season that can change.
Airbnb is also an option to book accommodation anywhere in Cuba.
Irish-Latin American Solidarity in the Context of the 1916 Rising
An Foras Feasa, Seminar Room, Iontas Building, Maynooth University Friday 13 May, 9.30am-5pm
SPEAKERS Ireland/Latin American Histories Ireland/Latin America Solidarities from 1970s onwards Angus Mitchell (UL) on Casement Dermott Keogh (UCC) on Latin America and 1916 Margaret Brehony (SILAS) Peadar Kirby (UL), Sally O’ Neill (ex-Trocaire), Oisin Coghlan (Friends of the Earth), Molly O’Duffy (Nicaragua) Brendan Butler (El Salvador) Andy Pollak (Chile) Robin Hanan, INSG and LASC ALL WELCOME – FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED TO REGISTER: Contact BARRY CANNON email@example.com SUPPORTED BY: MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY 1916 COMMEMMORATIONS COMMITTEE ORGANISED BY: MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT, LATIN AMERICAN SOLIDARITY CENTRE (LASC) AND SOCIETY OF IRISH LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES (SILAS)