Cuatricentenario

Address: Avenida Este 2, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1050, Venezuela | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Caracas

Crackers

A travel blog entry by henry.and.sarah on Sep 22, 2013

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Caracas has a reputation for being highly dangerous, and we'd agree that you need to be careful there, but we did love it. It helped that we had people to take us in & show us around - friends of friends from home and some guys we'd met when trekking to Mount Roraima a few weeks earlier - but we found that everyone we came across was friendly and helpful and fairly eager to talk to us ...

I am Chavez

A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 06, 2013

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... Plenty of singing, and some slogans. A favourite chant was ´Chavez vive, la lucha sigue´ (Chavez lives, the struggle continues). A favourite T-shirt and badge was ´Soy chavez´ (I am Chavez) referring to his and the government´s appeal that all supporters should consider themselves as capable of leading and continuing Venezuela´s ´socialism of the 21st century´.

We were lucky where we were to see the cortege pass without waiting more than twenty ...

I am so sad to leave ...... NOT!

A travel blog entry by cj1s17 on Mar 30, 2012

... time and I''m all packed and ready to go. We are leaving for the airport early in the morning, I think it's going to be crowded with people getting out of town for the holiday week. Ugggh....not looking forward to standing in a long customs line. But it just means I'm that much closer to home - so I'll grin and bear it.

So to all my family and friends....I will talk to you all when I am back in the states. Until next week! See ...

In and out of Caracas

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 21, 2011

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... Curt jumped in a cab, headed to Brazil and used an ATM there to get more cash. Then he returned to Santa Elena, found an black market exchanger loitering on the appointed corner and in no time we were back in business with enough bolivars to get us to Caracas and beyond. After that, we chilled out in Santa Elena, purchased provisions for our excruciatingly long bus ride and worked on other chores.Although Venezuela had not proven to be the dangerous place that we ...

Amazons and Angels (& Amadeus)!

A travel blog entry by carlier on Jun 08, 2011

2 comments, 59 photos

... br> A two hour flight from Fortaleza took us to Manaus, the capital of Brazilian Amazonia and the point where the Rio Negro river flows slowly into the Amazon thus creating the largest river in the world by volume – indeed on its own the Rio Negro would get the global no 3 spot! However a trip to the Amazon is all about the jungle, the wildlife and the indigenous people. We decided to take the advice of our guidebook and “Not cut corners with the Amazon" booking ...

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