Cabanas Micata

Address: Carretera Transandina, kilometro 27, Merida, Andes, 5101, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Transandina, kilometro 27, Merida, is near Chorros de Milla Zoo, Plaza Bolívar (Merida), Parque Beethoven, and Museum of Science and Technology.
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      Los Andes to Mérida

      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Apr 19, 2014

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      ... stop putting my head out the window and even had the window closed). As well as our standard lunch fare we were all given a sampler of stewed capybara- it was almost pleasant considering it is the worlds' largest rodent! There is a tradition of selling puppies on the side of the road (in a respectable kind of way) It came about from Venezuela's fight for independence when Simon Bolivar was given a local dog as a gift by the local Indians, and a bit ...

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      A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 03, 2013

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      ... street and then about dogs, ending by holding up a little handbag to show how good she is - ´This is where I put my dogs faeces´!

      Some people criticised the community elected leaders for not having sorted it out before, others criticised the police for not acting on complaints. Generally it was clear that at least some of the licenses wouldn´t be renewed. Two police were there, and reported their version but also got applause for saying ´Look, the ...

      Lightning without Thunder Part II

      A travel blog entry by tomascollins on Oct 20, 2012

      ... and on the horizon we can already see the lightning fire off - an orange explosion to the north, illuminates a mushroom cloud; a blue flash to the east. It eases off and gives us time to get settled and BBQ. Our posada has no walls; just a cage mesh from which we hang hammocks and peer into the darkness for the rest of the night; sipping beers and whispering, waiting for the next natural firework... pretty ...

      To the beach and back

      A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah on May 23, 2011

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      ... and has fallen in love. Now every new sizeable city we go to she is checking their website to see if there is a branch. It is now the primary reason she is looking forward to getting to the US in a couple of months.

      The bus to Merida took 16 hours (punctuated by long stops to get past roads blocked by landslides) rather than the advertised 10 which was somewhat problematic as we had no food and had run out of water by morning and there weren’t any ...

      Hills and More Hills

      A travel blog entry by jennandpaul on Feb 12, 2011

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      ... br> After breaking my bike and taking Jenn's as a replacement (she was more than happy to donate it to the cause), I made it up the final uphill. A 3km, serious climb – and at 3,000 metres it was tough. Back at the Posada, we enjoyed a delicious meal and some wine. Then we headed to the town square, just in time to hear the final song in an outdoor concert put on by the local band.

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