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The Hostal Lili is one of the houses lived Bitterness Street, the oldest neighborhood in the City, has tall windows with handmade wooden balusters, cedar doors adorned with rows of round nails, spacious living and dining room, large yard slabs of clay weathered. It is one of the old houses have been preserved Trinidad notwithstanding the passage of the years and maintains its original structure with thick walls of over 250 years and roofs with eaves overhangs.