Aventura Caracas

Address: Avenida Sorocaima con Avenida Francisco Fajardo, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Caracas

Amazing Arepas

A travel blog entry by arias.10 on May 04, 2015

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... As soon as we got of the first thing we did was get a taxi and then headed to a restaurant called Urrutia, where our challenge was to make Arepa. We had never heard of this dish before we were so excited to soon find out. On our way our cab driver got a little lost we asked for directions but some people were so rude. That would be considered a push factor (What keeps people away from a certain location) for us very mean people. But back to Arepa it ...

I am Chavez

A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 06, 2013

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... Plenty of singing, and some slogans. A favourite chant was ´Chavez vive, la lucha sigue´ (Chavez lives, the struggle continues). A favourite T-shirt and badge was ´Soy chavez´ (I am Chavez) referring to his and the government´s appeal that all supporters should consider themselves as capable of leading and continuing Venezuela´s ´socialism of the 21st century´.

We were lucky where we were to see the cortege pass without waiting more than twenty ...

I (hopefully) won't be back

A travel blog entry by ongkenyong on May 14, 2012

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... reason. Hotel room prices are fixed in Bolivares. The USD price anyone gets on Expedia is inflated as the credit card companies are forced to use the official exchange rate to pay for the rooms. As it is, even if you obtained Bolivares at the black market rate to pay for your hotel room, the cost is still relatively expensive. So our 3-star hotel room still cost us nearly the equivalent of USD100 a night. I think that as a result of the failed ...

In and out of Caracas

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 21, 2011

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... Curt jumped in a cab, headed to Brazil and used an ATM there to get more cash. Then he returned to Santa Elena, found an black market exchanger loitering on the appointed corner and in no time we were back in business with enough bolivars to get us to Caracas and beyond. After that, we chilled out in Santa Elena, purchased provisions for our excruciatingly long bus ride and worked on other chores.Although Venezuela had not proven to be the dangerous place that we ...

The Journey

A travel blog entry by kimtashbigtrip on Jul 29, 2011

Well they say 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles' but wasn’t it just!!! We have arrived in Puerto Ordaz to a beautiful Posda (inn) situated down a rough dirt track in the middle of no-where around 10pm Venuzuelan time (2.30amUk). After 3 planes, 3 car journeys and a taxi ride we were more than ready for bed.

The airport provided a true Venuzuelan experience immediately when we ...

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