Centro Uslar Suites

Address: Segunda Avenida, Centro Comercial Uslar, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 2004, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Montalban area of Caracas, is near Casa Natal & Museo Bolivar, Arco de la Federacion, Zoologico de Santa Cruz, and Balneario Camuri Chico.
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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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... s split open and filled with a variety of things. After making Arepas we got to sit down and taste a little bit of the Venezuelan culture. As we were making them we burned our selves a few times but we got over it because we were so hungry we could not wait but then we were unsure of the new food. It was very difficult getting us started but sooner or later we had it down pact like we had been working their for a year. Now let me tell you, before we ...

Free Beer, Cheap Money and Big Titties

A travel blog entry by tom.deluca on May 10, 2013

... vicinity in the airport, guess these guys like fried chicken, so naturally we had KFC for breakfast, the breakfast of champions.

Touch down, after another quick flight we landed in Caracas in Venezuela. The view of the mountain range on the way in was awesome, i guess we have hit the Andes or thereabouts. Now Venezuela is meant to be pretty sketchy so we have been super switched on, to make sure we don't get mugged. We made ...

I (hopefully) won't be back

A travel blog entry by ongkenyong on May 14, 2012

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... even in the city center. Or maybe its just for us non-Spanish speakers, who can't really deal with taxis and would be in heaps of trouble if any problems cropped up. Anyway, with all this, we pretty much just stayed in our room when it got dark everyday.

We didn't make the trip to see Angel Falls as we will be heading to Iguazu later on. Maybe that might be worth a journey worth enduring the pains of coming to Venezuela. Who knows?

Black markets and the venezuelan driver.

A travel blog entry by ashstmartin on Jan 20, 2012

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... was an array and flurry of sports clad, middle aged, venezuelan guys, asking us if we needed ´cambio´.

Now, i´d been told, previously, by a Venezulean friend, NOT TO CHANGE MONEY AT THE AIRPORT. As some of it was fake. So after many, no thank you´s, the incessant flies around **** scenario, seemed to elapse for a time being. After a much needed smoke, and walking out into a dry heat, we went back in to sort ...

The Journey

A travel blog entry by kimtashbigtrip on Jul 29, 2011

... giggling and confused.

After our third and final fight of the day, Giovanni collected us from the airport but unfortunately we learnt that our journey would end with two car journeys totally two hours! Finally, we were bunged into a rough looking car and transported down a labrynth of dirt roads: neither of us voicing the same thought ‘are we being kidnapped?’ Happily we ...

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