Hotel Venetur Valencia
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So today I woke up pretty early ready to take the bus in order to arrive by 10am or so at Valencia but Alexandra, my host, slept in a bit and we didn't end up leaving her home until 10:30am or so. Anyways, she was kind enough to go with me to the La Bandera Bus terminal bus stop, which was pretty chaotic and intimidating because of the long lines of people looking to travel for the holidays. I could have waited for at least another hour or so past the 30 or ...
We arrived into Caracas airport after having to pay an extra $200 because either our dumb ass travel agent or our dumb ass airline messed up our flights.NOT HAPPY! Once we got into Caracas we had to catch the metro which was easy to find, however I think every single person that lives in Caracas decided to get on our train at the same time. Not much fun with two 20 kilo elephant sized ...
... it was more or less the worst hotel of my entire trip! It was still in an industrial estate so the only food I could get was ridiculously expensive room service (I could only get about the 5th meal I tried to order, which seemed to be the only one available and was disgusting and salty). The only good thing was my first time to use a telephone in Spanish and not have the option to point at stuff if they didnīt understand me. It worked well and ...
... time we had decided that we cannot afford to stay in Venezuela for very long. We have blown 3 weeks' budget in a week and fear that if we continue to cycle until Colombia we'll end up with no dollars. The Hotel Mar de Plata was the second hotel we looked at in Maracay, and very nice it is too but in a funny little town with absolutely nothing going for it tourist wise, it still costs 20 Usd. The first place we looked at (top of the lonely ...
... of us that little room was forever changed and we pitied the poor unsuspecting soul who ventured in there the next day... By this stage we were really in a bad way as you can guess and had to make a tactical decision to stay the night in a hotel (more like prison cell that you could rent by the hour) in downtown Maracay, rather than take the 90 minute cab ride to Choroni at 1am. Turned out to be a wise move. It was an eventful ...