Hotel La Parada

Address: Av. Principal de la Atlantida, Catia La Mar, Northeast Venezuela, Venezuela | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on Av. Principal de la Atlantida, Catia La Mar.
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    Travel Blogs from Catia La Mar

    Caracas & Isla Margarita, the adventure continues!

    A travel blog entry by pamelia on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... need if my checked luggage were lost (not an uncommon occurrence for me) and was confident I had everything I needed but at check-in, they wouldn't allow me to check my guitar. Every other airline I have flown with would not allow me to carry the guitar on because it would not fit in the overhead bins. This airline wouldn't check it because it was too fragile and they would be liable if it were damaged. So she made me check both of my suitcases (she did overlook ...

    Venezuela: A Political And Economical mess!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... unlocking the wealth of their natural resources to trigger economic growth and prosperity.Venezuela is the only country in South America that has gone into reverse gear and in fact through Chavez,has re embraced radical socialism. This reconnection with the past no longer holds weight with the rest of the continent. Venezuela has become a country with a contrast that is so bizarre it beggars belief.


    Why? It is sitting on the worlds largest supply of crude oil some ...

    Semana Tres!

    A travel blog entry by jkimmelman5615 on Jun 22, 2014

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    ... not let me even enter the country until I payed $100 to have some special vaccine. I had to pay this money upfront at the airport and I had to be given the vaccine in the airport as well. This made me feel very unsafe and I also questioned whether that vaccine was from a reliable source.
    About one fifth of Venezuela's population lives in this city alone. Venezuela is a landlocked country known ...

    Last plane to South America!

    A travel blog entry by richyallum on Jul 04, 2013

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    ... here.

    So we went through to pick up and there was no one with a sign to pick us up but there were a handful of people dressed in jeans a polo shirts (I couldnīt believe it!! everyone wears polo shirtīs! and I just bought a new wardrobe full of T-shirts to make myself look poor so I wouldn't get robbed in Venezuela just a few days previously, "I have loads of polo shirts at home!" I thought to myself.) I couldnīt dwell on this I had a poor James bond ...

    Full day in Caracas

    A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Dec 28, 2012

    ... all over the downtown area to plenty of plazas, like the Plaza Miranda, Plaza O’Leary (With some beautiful fountains), to the Church of Santa Teresa and the Church of San Francisco… the (not very impressive) Cathedral, the municipal Theatre, etc, etc. For substenance, I only had (as I usually do when I walk the cities I visit – not much) a strawberry “batido” (between 12 and 16 bolivares – no more than 1USD) early on and ...