Hotel Bergland

Address: Sector El Calvario, vía La Victoria, La Colonia Tovar, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Sector El Calvario, vía La Victoria, La Colonia Tovar, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from La Colonia Tovar

      Venezuela: A Political And Economical mess!

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 30, 2014

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      ... barrels of the stuff ,more oil than Saudi Arabia which has reserves of 254 billion barrels of light crude oil and if you add Venezuelan oil trapped in the sand in the Orinoco delta area,(approximately 523 billion barrels),you are looking at a country that per capita,should be the richest country in the world and theoretically could single handedly dictate the price of oil to the world.This country,unfortunately, is “the” seminal example of the worst kind of ...

      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 ...

      Last plane to South America!

      A travel blog entry by richyallum on Jul 04, 2013

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      ... get treated badly even by your own kind (they wasn't really any other kind of person to treat you any other way, they were all latin american) and if you are white you can do no wrong. My cheerfulness quickly turned to worry as we were called to board for the next part of our trip.

      We hopped on the flight to Venezuela and sat back in our fake leather seats. I looked around to see what sort of people would be flying to Caracas. Venezuelans it turned out ...

      Free Beer, Cheap Money and Big Titties

      A travel blog entry by tom.deluca on May 10, 2013

      ... flags of the Latin america countries, then to a canon over looking part of the city. After this we walked straight into the 'castle' where Chaves's tomb (i guess you would call it) is kept, this was guarded by 5 guards who had to stand still like the English ones, while we all walked around his grave and paid our respects. The locals were tearing up and taking photo's, they were all so proud of him and what he had achieved. It was a ...

      Christmas in La Guaira, Venezuela

      A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Dec 25, 2012

      ... Ana Karina's friend, who I ended up staying, since she lived a bit closer to the airport, and we all stayed there that night. I say we all, because she also hosted a really friend Brazilian couchsurfer, Marcus, and Ana Karina. But before that, we all went out dancing until about 3am. And then we had to get up around 6 or 7am so Geraldine could go to work the next day, which will be described in my next entry.
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