Hato el Cedral

Av. La Salle, Edf. Pancho, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Caracas

Who's says Caracas is dangerous???

A travel blog entry by cj1s17


... workout, I went downstairs in the hotel to the breakfast buffet. It was a pretty good layout of food. Eggs, ham, bacon, oatmeal, all types of fruit, pastries, pancakes, juice coffee, pretty typical breakfast buffet. My husband knows that on the weekends this is my favorite meal, so I was in breakfast heaven!!

After hanging out for a few hours just working, reading and watching some bad TV, a lady from the office picked up myself and a couple ...

Black markets and the venezuelan driver.

A travel blog entry by ashstmartin


... Karolina and i decided to stay in the central Hostal, the Altamira. The reason being, that Carlosīs mother lived a few Km outside in the mountains of Caracas, whereas the hostal we decided to stay, was just 10mins walk to the office we needed to go to the next day.

From meeting one of the local ītour guidesī, at the airport, an educated, and well dressed man called Joseph, from Aruba, originally, and using my gut ...

The most stressful 3 days of our lives!

A travel blog entry by james.tash


... A tour guide/taxi driver - well she was a bit of everything, in our hotel offered to take us to the Citibank in Sabana Grande (close to the centre of town) where we got some Bolivares finally at a reasonable rate!

Day 3
As we are spending a few weeks in Venezuela we needed to get out enough cash to cover us until Colombia so rushed back to the Citibank in the morning. However, after waiting in the bank queue for ...

Into South America

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

... of the road selling coffee, snacks, etc, police men with guns, roadside cafe's, and plenty of people, considering it was a Thursday night. Haven't quite figured out how the traffic rules work here. I think maybe because there are no rules? Red lights seem to mean slow down, look both ways, and if you are not in danger of dying, proceed.

We arrived in ...

Paranoid in Caracas # 1

A travel blog entry by jennifer.locke

... ATM to withdraw some local currency, which is Venezuela Bolivares, but after not finding many, waiting in queues, and then my card not working in the machines, I went and changed $50US, thinking how lucky I was to have remembered to withdraw some American dollars. Found a taxi desk, and got a ticket for a taxi, rather than try to hail one outside, or to go with some dude yelling at me if i wanted a taxi. Those horror travel stories i had read mostly concerned getting ...

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This campground, located on Av. La Salle, Edf. Pancho, Caracas, is near Cafe Britt Coffee Tour, Paseo de Los Proceres, Seven Altars, and Playa Blanca.
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