Hotel Aguamarina

Vía Carenero, Higuerote, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vía Carenero, Higuerote.
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    Travel Blogs from Higuerote

    Journal Entry on Venezuela

    A travel blog entry by latin-america on Nov 02, 2014

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    ... So the rainforest at the south of the Guiana Highlands was VERY humid and hot. The temperature of Venezuela differs with its altitude.
    I had a very enjoyable time at Venezuela and I hope to see it again sometime. The geography of Venezuela is something worth seeing.

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    Venezuela: A Political And Economical mess!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... Americans,Brits,Russians,German s and other European business men and women who live here, mostly involved in the oil industry.There is still a tourist market,albeit rapidly declining as we speak,yet there are still a few madcap people like me who are coming here to visit.I concluded therefore that I needed to relax a little but maintain a distinct awareness of my own security and particularly stop myself from going off on one of my normal “exploring the city by foot ...

    Semana Tres!

    A travel blog entry by jkimmelman5615 on Jun 22, 2014

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    ... most profitable export being oil. Venezuela is home to approximately 28 million people with groups of European, Amerindian, African, Asian, and Middle Eastern heritage. The European immigrants to Venezuela came primarily from Spain, however in the middle of the 20th century, many German, Italian, North American, and Portuguese people immigrated to Venezuela in search of oil wealth. While visiting here, ...

    Caracas

    A travel blog entry by rohanfariss on Apr 19, 2014

    ... be further apart. Simon Bolivar was the leader of the Venezuelan revolution that lead to independence some 400 years ago. He was born in Venezuela to Spanish parents and would go on to lead Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Panama to independence as well. He was a national icon who made Chavis look like a petty figure in the national heart. Later we would visit his mausoleum which would further reinforce his status and Venezuelan attitude towards him. Also lining the streets ...

    Our first farewells

    A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Apr 15, 2014

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    ... was when we said goodbye to 11 of our contingent at a dinner in a nearby restaurant. It was a lot harder than I thought it would be. The next day Nat and I caught the metro into the city centre and wandered around for a few hours, checking out the museum of Simon Bolivar and other historical buildings before catching the metro back so we were safely inside before dark. Caracas isn't a city I feel the need to rush ...