Costa Real Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... got back to the Catimar desk because as you leave the arrival area of the National terminal you have to leave your luggage cart and get one of the service guys to use their carts. I didn't want to pay them to move my luggage twenty feet to the Catimar desk but I couldn't take it all in one trip and I wasn't going to leave anything unattended. Juan was not at his post so I couldn't call to him for help and just as I was about to hire a cart, Rodrigo appeared and ...
... to Venezuela puts you at extremely serious risk and package tours are the only safe way to travel in Caracas today.This has only been the case in the last six months he explains, the theft of tourist dollars is an easy and soft option for the poor.Resisting will certainly mean getting shot,but otherwise the kidnappers are not interesting in hurting you,they know that fear is their key weapon.
As we travel to the city,a 40 minute journey,Gerardo tries to steer ...
... until the new year. What made things just that little bit better was our lack of funds. Our bank cards don't work in Venezuela, and even if they did, the rate sucks. If you ever come here bring loads of American money and change it on the black market. Bank rate, US$1 = 6 bolivias, black market rate US$1 = 60 bolivias. In the morning we woke up with renewed spirits and decided to try the bus terminals again (not ...
... that time already said hello and was walking towards the exit with him taking to her aunty on the phone. ¨come on!¨ she said.
We got into the big 4x4 and it whisked us off across the city to her Aunty´s house. We passed a few skyscrapers. It was an ok road for this part of the world and apparently here it's pretty nice as far as roads go (think Vietnam or Indonesia level of roads, Thailand and Malaysia is a bit too good.) There were a few residential ...
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 ...