Hotel Caracas Cumberland

Address: Segunda Avenida de Las Delicias de Sabana Grande, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Sabana Grande area of Caracas, is near Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, Centro Sambil, Jardín Botánico, and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo.
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      Who's says Caracas is dangerous???

      A travel blog entry by cj1s17 on Jan 22, 2012

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... and took us to this old town called "El Hatillo" It was about 45min away from the hotel. It was a nice drive through the hills of Caracas, and at I saw the typical things you see in any city, tall buildings, grocery stores, gas stations, etc. Did you know that gas is so cheap's about 10 cents a liter!! However, everything else is super expensive. Dinner (pizza) alone for 4 people was $600 Venezuelan Bolivares Fuertes (about $140 USD).

      Don't Go Out At Night

      A travel blog entry by phileden on Aug 03, 2011

      1 photo

      ... trip in Colombia or continuing up through Central America. So with the lack of foreign tourists in the city, we were a bit of a novelty to the residents of Caracas. We posed for photos and chatted to a few people who just wanted to ask us whether we liked Venezuela or not - so much for the most dangerous place in South America! Having said that, we did pay ...

      Into South America

      A travel blog entry by jennandpaul on Feb 10, 2011

      ... 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 ...

      Airport nightmare

      A travel blog entry by alicia. on Jul 26, 2010

      1 photo

      ... it in time. He had to get the papers cleared before the flight boarded at 4pm. At 3:15, a woman told me to follow her. We went back to immigration, and I thought I was free. Then I panicked that I was just going down to get my passport, which they had confiscated, so that I could get on the flight. Thankfully, my passport was stamped and I was set free. I caught a taxi to the boatyard and was finally safe.

      Then began my boating adventure. ...

      Paranoid in Caracas # 1

      A travel blog entry by jennifer.locke on Jul 01, 2010

      ... Got to Venezuela around 5pm in the evening, and after getting my bags, I started to walk out of the terminal. I had read soooo many bad stories about the Caracas airport, so I think I was a bit paranoid rather than my normal relaxed traveling state. When I tried to push the luggage trolley out from the arrivals section, a million taxi drivers pounced on me telling me I couldn't. Most of my horror stories involved taxi drivers, so I wasn't really nice to them! Tried to ...