Vidal Park…….

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

Hace unos días os contaba un poco sobre la ciudad de Santa Clara, Cuba, la que visitamos hace unas semanas en un pequeño viaje que hicimos a la isla.

Hoy quiero compartir otras fotos que hicimos y aprovechar y contaros un poco más sobre esta hermosa ciudad para quien nunca la haya visitado.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

Estas fotos las hicimos en el Parque Vidal que está localizado en el centro de la ciudad y abarca el área de toda una manzana. Este parque es considerado como monumento Nacional desde 1998, por su importancia en la historia de la ciudad. Los lugareños aún le llaman Parque Vidal, por uno de sus nombres más antiguos o también Plaza Central o Plaza Mayor. En el centro hay un busto en honor a Leoncio Vidal, un héroe que murió en la guerra de Independencia de Cuba contra las fuerzas españolas en este mismo lugar y por el cual el parque adquiere su nombre.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

El primer monumento que se construyó en este parque fue el obelisco que se encuentra en el centro, dedicado a un sacerdote que emigró del pueblo costero de Remedios, en la propia provincia de Villa Clara, con las otras familias que fundaron la ciudad. Actualmente, y ya desde hace años se encuentra allí la icónica estatua del “el niño de la bota” que es conocida como el símbolo de la ciudad. La impresionante estatua de bronce representa a un niño con una bota en sus manos por la cual el agua de la fuente emerge. La base original de esta estatua se cambió por una más moderna de granito en 1960 y así se mantuvo hasta los años 90 cuando en un esfuerzo por recuperar el diseño original, la ciudad la reconstruyó. 

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

Al sur de esta estatua, encontramos otro monumento erigido en honor a Martha Abreu, esposa de Luis Estévez, el primer vicepresidente de la República independiente de Cuba y una lugareña muy querida por el pueblo de Santa Clara. En la base de la estatua hay una cápsula del tiempo, donde se han guardado algunos artículos y revistas junto con otra serie de objetos que le pertenecieron y que se han dejado dentro de ésta para futuras generaciones. 

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

Aprovechando que nos hospedamos cerca y que es un sitio muy pintoresco y lleno de lugares encantadores, hicimos estas fotos.

Para un día tan caluroso no podia elegír otra pieza que un mini vestido de flores, ya sabéis que soy muy fan a este tipo de estampados y una de las cosas que más me gusta de éste, es el escotazo tan maravilloso que tiene, así como el diseño de las mangas. Os tengo que reconocer que es super cómodo y fresco.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

Lo combiné con estas sandalias rojas que como ya os comenté en posts anteriores son muy cómodas. En este tipo de viajes tan cortos, hay que tratar de optimizar lo más posible el equipaje, así, siempre trato de llevar dos o tres pares de zapatos, dependiendo de la cantidad de días que vaya a estar y en el momento de elegir cual llevar, me decanto siempre por alguno que pueda usarlos con cualquier tipo de estilismo.

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Alba X Mylovelypeople 

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

Some days ago I told you a little bit about Santa Clara city, Cuba, which we visited in a short and unexpected travel we made. Today I would love to share with you all, the rest of the pics we took during our trip and also tell you a couple of thing for those people that haven’t visited it yet.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

This photos were taken in Vidal Park, which it is located in the center of Santa Clara and covers an entire square block of the city. Vidal Park is so historic and important in Cuba that it was elevated to the category of National Monument in 1998. Santa Clara locals still call Parque Vidal by one of its old names or either Plaza Central or Plaza Mayor.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

In the center just off the gazebo there is a standing bust honoring Leoncio Vidal, the hero who died fighting in this very location against Spanish forces during Cuban Independence War, and by which the park takes its name. The first monument ever erected in the park is an obelisk dedicated to a priest who migrated from the coastal town of Remedios, in the same Villa Clara province, with the rest of the families who founded the city. Between these monuments you’ll find the now iconic statue of “Child with a boot”, the symbol of the city. The impressive bronze statue depicts a boy with a boot in his hand from which water fountain emerges. The original base of the statue was changed for a more contemporary red granite in the 60’s and it remained that way until the 90’s when in an effort to recover the original design, the city rebuilt in its original form.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

South of this statue we can find another one: a 1924 bronze statue of Martha Abreu, Luis Estevez’s wife the first vice-president of the Independent Cuban Republic and a much loved resident of Santa Clara. The base of her statue is said to be a time capsule, since it has inside some papers, magazines and other objects that belonged to her, which have been collected during the construction and deposited inside it for future generations.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.
Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

Taking advantage that we stay near this park that we took this pictures. We had an extremely hot weather that day so I decided to wear this lovely flower mini dress, you already know, that is one of my favorites prints and it is very especial because it is very light and fresh, so the perfect dress for Summer. What I like the most of it, is its wrap design and the lace in their sleeve.

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

I paired with these amazing red sandals which as I told before, they are extremely comfortable. When you travel for just a few days you have to optimize your bag, and carry with you pieces that can be wore more that once or clothes with only one piece, for example, dresses or jumpsuits, versatile pieces that you can wear during the day with sneakers or flat sandals but if you want to go out for a drink with friends, only add a pair of cute heels, and you are ready to go too.

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Alba X Mylovelypeople

Alba Marina Otero fashion blogger from Mylovelypeople blog shares with you how to combine a flower wrap dress to make tourism in a hot day during her last trip to Cuba, combine it with red block sandals, a coach bag and golden accesories. She also shares with you a little bit of history about Vidal Park which is located in Santa Clara city.

Outfit details

Vestido / Dress : Lovers + Friends via Revolve, HERE
Sandalias / Sandals : Free People, SOLD OUT, SIMILAR HERE
Bolso / Bag: Coach, HERE

Pulsera / Bracelet : Rockbox HERE

12 Replies to “Vidal Park…….”

  1. Muy interesante la historia q cuentas del Parque Vidal de la ciudad de Santa Clara ,lindo vetido para los dias de calor …😘😘😘

  2. As usual a great work,…, let us know a lite about places and it’s history, thanks for doing this, enjoy a lot reading this post…

  3. He estado en varias ocasiones en Sta Clara y es curioso que nunca he ido al Parque Vidal. Parece un lugar agradable tanto de dia como de noche

    1. Es un lugar muy bonito y moderno, pero sobre todo muy bien cuidado. Te sorprenderia lo maravilloso que puede llegar a ser este lugar

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