Hotel Venetur Alba Caracas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... the ninth floor of a block with its entrance right on the busy pedestrian Boulevard, in Sabana Grande district of central Caracas. And this is where we´ll be this week. The Boulevard was thronging with well-dressed people, lined by shops and cafes. It is not far from the universities, she and others have said its not a monied area but it is mostly middle class. After an evening meal and breakfast from Brenda, then today Tuesday using the metro to get to the main ...
... 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 ...
... a phone, so we stopped to give Bruno a call. Turned out he was very busy until later that afternoon; we made tentative plans to meet up with him in the evening. The metro was lovely - clean, neat and filled with civilized and polite people going about their day. Although we maintained a guarded vigil over each others backpacks, I don't think anyone near us ever considered trying to steal anything. These people were well dressed with high tech electronics; they had ...
... only really getting fully back to business around 7 January) and so prices of accommodation were driven up and buses full. I didn´t really want to spend a week and a half waiting for things to return to mormal, especially with Caracas being the most expensive capital in Latin America. Fighting against a tendency to want to go everywhere - and, frankly, the Carribbean coast sounded more appealing than the city for New Year - I decided to continue ...