Eurobuilding Express Maiquetia
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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If you ever find yourself in Caracas airport, be warned, gates change without notice and it seems, with alarming frequency. I was advised by my guide to keep checking with other travellers, which I did, only to find that the gate had indeed changed and I was trying to board the wrong plane! No one seemed to know which gate my plane was leaving from. In the end my flight was delayed for around an hour and I found the gate (on a different floor) and with the help of ...
I was on the way from Miami to Caracas, Venezuela where I would have a a layover of 9 hours. The flight from Miami to Caracas took about 3 hours and 15 minutes and since I had checked in online early I was able to get a window seat. The flight attendants did make us close our windows for the first hour and a half of the journey as the sun was rising. During this time I spent most of the time making use of the ...
It was a bit cloudy today. We decided to get into our bathing suits anyways and take a drive along the coast. The coast was beautiful. Seeing the poverty along the way was disheartening. There are shacks on top of shacks up the hills. People have to walk all the way up the hill to their homes. These houses are primarily occupied by the working poor.
Once we left Caracas, we ...
Today our flight does go, so we leave almost on time on our flight to Madrid.
Madrid Airport (Barajas Airport) is a bit chaotic compared to Schiphol. But we manage to find the gate our flight is supposed to leave from. Only... up to departure time some flight to Tenerife is mentioned on the monitors. The guy checking our boardingpasses tells us it's the flight to Caracas, Venezuela though. When we try to board, he looks at our boardingpasses as if he ...
... was stunned. Before I left Miami I had changed 100 US at a rate of 5.2. I asked the folks at my hotel where I could change money 'for a good rate' and they sent me with some kid from the hotel over to a busy pizza place around the corner. The whole exchange was a bit ridiculous. I was signaled over to a dark corner of the restaurant where some fellow from a back room appeared and counted out 2100 bolivares for my 300 US. He carefully examined my 3 hundred dollar bills and I compared ...