Hotel Caracas Cumberland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... ordered but it was so tasty we couldn't stop (obviously). We had the equivalent of a whole chicken, arepitas and yuca (which is delicious despite its appearance) and ate till it was dangerous. On the way back we stopped at the shopping mall and had a beer (it's an open air mall which becomes a nightclub area later on - obv). Then, after another quick beer en route, we went back. Our final morning in Caracas consisted of going to another park (where there was some very ...
... moment, we had no idea what we were meant to do, so we just bowed our heads and tried to act as respectfully as possible while having our picture taken next to his tomb (as the locals did). After that we went through these rooms which had photo boards and the tour guide said something about how good chaves was then chanted something and everyone else followed, it was like my first reaction to going to church, these people were loopy. Any ...
... 15 min later he finally pulled up to the correct hotel. Whew!!! Safe at last.
Since then it has just been work, work, and work. Although I think tomorrow the work should level off and it will become more manageable. At least this time I shouldn't be working over the weekend, and will have time to enjoy a city tour with my co workers from the US. So until the next time..Adios. ...
... residency while we were abroad. If they wanted a fight, we were more than ready!
My mother happens to live in South Florida, and although she knew I was going to be in Miami, we had told her not to come to the airport. There was only a three hour layover between our Miami and Los Angeles flights and we had to retrieve our luggage, get through customs, possibly battle with immigration, re-check our luggage and then get to the proper terminal for our flight. ...
... official exchange rate to obtain Venezuelan bolivars was only half that offered by black-market moneychangers hanging around the town square. Getting practical we joined the locals in jumping in a cab, hopping back in to Brazil getting happily waived through both sets of immigration and customs without stopping, sticking our card in the Bank of Brazil ATM, getting as much cash as we could before skipping back in to Venezuela and changing our money on a bench in the main ...