Embajador Hotel

Address: Calle La Urbina, Ciudad Guayana, Guayana Highlands, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle La Urbina, Ciudad Guayana.
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    Travel Blogs from Ciudad Guayana


    A travel blog entry by rohanfariss on May 01, 2014

    ... table there was a cake that said 'Happy Birthday Rohan' surrounded by bottles of the best Cacique! Terry had stocked up well, there were three eskies full of beer, rum, wine and liqueur. As a result we had an epic night starting with drinking games with some of the locals joining in. Terry also bought 20kg of meat which he marinated and cooked on a coal barbecue that was started using a hand blower. The meat was delicious, once it left the BBQ it was cut up into small ...

    Another slow day in Puerto Ordaz

    A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 11, 2013

    ... too much and not just going with my gut instinct which wasn't really swaying me towards going on the tour. So, I'll stay another night at Jose's place in Puerto Ordaz and then head up to Barcelona/Puerto La Cruz, in the Venezuelan Northeast Caribbean coast, in the morning.

    Parque de la Llovizna, and hanging out in P. Ordaz

    A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 10, 2013

    ... haha)..

    So yeah.. that's about it for today. I'm going to try to find a tour for Roraima tomorrow with some different travel agencies because either a. there were no tours available so far or b. the ones available were like twice the going rate, and I won't do that...

    We'll see what tomorrow brings! :)

    Bus Day.... 11 hours worth

    A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 09, 2013

    ... responses and more help from the actual travellers, so that's fine.

    It was a bit silly since we left at 10:15am or so and then no more than two hours later (into our 11 hour trip) we stopped for lunch... aaanywho.. I had some "tostones" (or chifles, in peru... salty banana chips) and a pepsi and some chocolate for the road since I wasnt that hungry already..

    We made a couple of more stops on the way, including El Tigre ...

    Welcome to the Revolution

    A travel blog entry by upriver on May 12, 2011

    ... market rate at 8 Bolivars to U$1, it meant put away the credit card and buy Bolivars on the black market with US dollars.

    Therefore in Colombia I had to take out a heap of Colombian pesos from my American dollar account in order to buy US dollars with which to buy Venezuelan Bolivars in the street. Paying the flights and hotel by credit card effectively meant we paid twice the amount. Doh!


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