Hotel Venetur Alba Caracas
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... salad were very nice. We used the wifi to Skype the ferry office in Guiria to reserve our tickets for the ferry to Trinidad. We also tried to book some accommodation via Skype in Puerto La Cruz but this was not so effective as the woman couldn't hear me at all. Thanks Skype. Just as we were finishing our coffees (very nice coffee in V) the most almighty storm began. It set car alarms off and had people running for the nearest shop/café. Now THAT is how you do a storm, UK. Once ...
... theatre festival that is on most of this month. We followed a street theatre, well-prepared scenes from Venezuelan history, with a guide to take the changing crowd of about 30 from one place to another where actors appeared from behind trees and from shop entrances to do their scene.
Back to Brenda´s as arranged at 5 oclock, where she introduced us to her aunt and grandmother and handed over her keys, while she is going to stay with another aunt. She´s been ...
... Uneventful plane ride, however, the ride from the Caracas airport to the hotel was an experience.
I am traveling with a few other people from the US who have never been to Venezuela before, so I was the "tour guide" and had to explain the do's and don'ts of Venezuela. Once we got through customs our driver was there with a big sign that said the name of our company. If that ...
... the premier resort vacation spot in all of Venezuela. It took us a little time to find them, since our map was inaccurate, but once we did, we discovered their prices were too high for the time frame we had available.
There was another company that also offered flights to Los Roques, but they were located at the airport, over an hour outside of Caracas proper. We decided to try calling them from the city center before heading all that way out there ...
... end up spending New Year in Caracas. New Year´s Eve was probably the only occasion on which I did feel a little unease walking about at night. Everywhere was closed, graffitied shutters down and there was a weird atmosphere as small groups sat in doorways drinking and lighting fires in the street whilst fireworks crackled haphazardly through the sky. With the public transport network down, I decided to walk back rather than stay out all night as ...