Eurobuilding Express Maiquetia

Address: Avenida La Armada, Maiquetia, Central Venezuela, 1160, Venezuela | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Avenida La Armada, Maiquetia.
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    Travel Blogs from Maiquetia

    From Caracas to a Venezuelan Ranch

    A travel blog entry by colettels on Jun 11, 2012

    2 comments, 17 photos

    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 ...

    Food tour of the city of green and light

    A travel blog entry by charlotte on Feb 03, 2012

    3 comments, 31 photos

    ... a lot! It is basically made of corn dough, toasted or warmed up, then you cut it in half and fill with cheese of fillings you like, I also got to have another one which was chicken, avocado and mayonnaise but for breakfast called Reyna Pepiada and we ate at the same sitting huge pancake with melted butter and more white cheese inside called Cachapas. (

    Caracas is a very green city my ...

    Chavistas, Criminals and some Colonial Buildings

    A travel blog entry by alex.dbarnes on Mar 02, 2011

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... s family, in an apartment offering some seriously amazing views of Caracas. From day one, it was clear how divided the city was. Caracas is seriously segregated. The rich live in a bubble of suburban luxury behind high walls and heavy gates, with fancy restaurants and upmarket interior design shops, and the poor occupy the rest of the city. Surrounding the city in the hills are "Los Ranchos", thousands of settlements somewhat comparable to ...

    Venezuela here we come!!

    A travel blog entry by donald23 on Dec 05, 2010

    2 photos

    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 ...

    Goodbye Dublin, Hello Caracas!!!

    A travel blog entry by ownio on May 22, 2010

    4 photos

    ... of Venezuelan food in a nearby restaurant in the nice part of town, recommended to us by the hotel staff. Turned out to be a great night and we got hammered of course. “Jose” our Peruvian waiter, who also laid a questionable claim to owning the restaurant, really looked after his two new Irish friends and plied us with some scotch, “del casa”, after the meal. I don’t drink Scotch.