Hotel Belensate

Address: Merida, 5101, Merida, Andes, Venezuela | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Merida, 5101, Merida, is near Chorros de Milla Zoo, Plaza Bolívar (Merida), Parque Beethoven, and Museum of Science and Technology.
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    Travel Blogs from Merida

    Merida and Los Llanos - Incredible wildlife

    A travel blog entry by reframed.abroad on Mar 26, 2014

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    Since the opposition blocked the bus terminal in Merida, I had to take the local bus to Barinas at 6:30 from the alternative bus station. After 4 hours bus ride through the beautiful Andes, I reached Barinas where I changed to another bus which needed 5 hours to reach Montecal (sure without aircondition).Trying to compensate the heat with chocolate ice cream on the bus ended in a disaster for my shorts. I realized that I was already in the middle of the savannah, ...

    Kelsey's First Blog Entry

    A travel blog entry by kelsey.duckett on Jan 21, 2013

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    Hi Everyone: )

    I arrived safely in Mérida, Venezuela at 10:30PM on Monday, January 21st. I woke up the next day at 9AM for a school/city tour and after stepping out of my front door, I immediately realized the degree of change and adaptation my study abroad trip will require - not limited to language, culture, the metric system, living arrangements and transportation. Although it is a lot to ...

    Lightning without Thunder Part I

    A travel blog entry by tomascollins on Oct 20, 2012

    ... range it begins to get foggy; it's not fog though, it's cloud, we are at around 2200m and in the clouds. We stop and admire the gradually disappearing trees and drive further into the murk. The trees at this altitude are completely different than any we've seen; they have a separate environment. They flourish in the moist, cool climate and the angles drop steeply away for hundreds of feet. Peeking out the window over the edge of the road reveals a sun-bathed valley far below.


    To the beach and back

    A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah on May 23, 2011

    15 photos

    ... this fact by seeing if Lonely Planet could score twice in one day by going to a bar it recommended. We thought at first it was going to be a short visit when we saw a sign advertising beer for 30 bolivars (about £5) until we realized that was for a bucket of 20 beers in ice. We ended up doing a bit of a crawl between 3 bars in the area and had a fantastic night showing the locals and the gringo students (who had come out of the woodwork from somewhere - ...


    A travel blog entry by pimpc on Nov 08, 2010

    Venezuela, aptly named by the Italians as “Little Venice”, due to the similarities between the natives houses on stilts and their native city, is a truly fascinating place. The majority of people traveling around Latin America usually avoid Venezuela due to the reputation it possesses as a crime riddled and anti western country. This is a blessing and a shame as it prevents it from getting too touristy which allows an authentic traveling experience, but denies ...