Costa Real Suites

Address: Calle Jardin Botanico, Sector Caribe, La Guaira, Vargas State, Capital Region, Venezuela | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Calle Jardin Botanico, Sector Caribe, La Guaira, is near Plaza Bolivar, Casa Natal & Museo Bolivar, Panteón Nacional, and El Capitolio Nacional.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Costa Real Suites La Guaira

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Travel Blogs from La Guaira

Venezuela: A Political And Economical mess!

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 30, 2014

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... it is 5pm,he says do not walk about at night on your own,to emphasize his point he tells me about a German business Man who was in a hotel in the same area,a week before.His arrival was noted by those that watch the hotels,he stepped out after a couple of hours to go to a nearby restaurant for dinner,he never made it,he was attacked and robbed of everything including his shoes...by gunpoint,he did not resist ,so he escaped with his life. On that note I retired to the room,welcome ...

Semana Tres!

A travel blog entry by jkimmelman5615 on Jun 22, 2014

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... most profitable export being oil. Venezuela is home to approximately 28 million people with groups of European, Amerindian, African, Asian, and Middle Eastern heritage. The European immigrants to Venezuela came primarily from Spain, however in the middle of the 20th century, many German, Italian, North American, and Portuguese people immigrated to Venezuela in search of oil wealth. While visiting here, ...

Last plane to South America!

A travel blog entry by richyallum on Jul 04, 2013

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... driver looked like and all would be fine. I decided not to raise this extra "what if" with Andri as she had already been patient enough to go along with my plan.

So we got into the airport, little hiccup at check in. The woman didn´t like it that we hadn´t printed out our ticket to leave Venezuela. Strangely she was ok with me not having it, it was just a problem with Andri. Must be a latin woman on latin woman type thing, they just seem to dislike ...

I am Chavez

A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 06, 2013

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... the call to wear the red-yellow-blue colours of the Venezuelan flag, but following the flow of crowds, we found a red cap for me and badges for us both to be more comfortably sympathetic. Although we weren´t the only ones to forget or not bother, our lack of colour was lost in a sea of flags and T-shirts and banners and headscarves that converged on the street where the procession was slowly passing. Lots of people were walking, that made it into a long ...

Christmas in La Guaira, Venezuela

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Dec 25, 2012


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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 ...