Costa Real Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... chicken breast, ham, cheese, lettuce and tomatoes and a delicious sauce that I think was mayo and tomato with garlic. I could only eat half but the rest would make a great lunch or snack for later.
Back at the airport I met with Rodrigo and he took me outside the terminal to get his payment. I told him that first I would check in and when I had my boarding pass, I would pay him and Juan. He took me back into the check-in desk and bypassed the long line of ...
... br> Chavez,had requested that he be placed in the same mausoleum as Bolivar and that really angered many people.Eventually ,his own mausoleum was built,on a hill that overlooks Bolivars mausoleum.A fact that has not escaped the peoples conscience,albeit,those who are not “Chavistas”.Gerardo starts to explain to me how history is starting to be eroded and kids at school are slowly being indoctrinated with the “cult” of Chavism,his ascendancy to power in 1998 ...
... James bond style , maybe with a Karate chop to the neck like Roger Moore used to do) and his clothes taken by some poor bloke (rather than James bond) that pretends to be the driver and just holds up the sign with our names on it. He could drive us round the block and rob us blind (I´d heard crazy stories like that so in my mind it wasn´t too farfetched) so I hatched a plan.
I raised my fears with Andri and we decided that we should ask the ...
... one we read was also reporting ´signs of fear among the Chavistas without their leader´, based on a flimsy news of one person´s comments. The cafe was full of mostly older men who were grumbling about the same man that others were mourning, talking of ´Venezuela´s Cuban masters´ and saying they hoped that the crowds wouldn´t come their way.
We left them to it and took the metro to Plaza Bolivar in the centre. The metro was free today. We had ...
Got into the Maquietía airport about 40 minutes ago or so and went through customs which weren't a big problem. Just a few random questions from the guy who wasn’t the most welcoming, but wasn’t overtly hostile or anything. Not bad. Then another 20 minutes or so waiting for my bags to come out of the bag pickup area. (For the record, I came in with my US passport and it took a couple ...