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

      Caracas & Isla Margarita, the adventure continues!

      A travel blog entry by pamelia on Jan 23, 2015

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      ... to the gate and sat patiently waiting until it boarded. My boarding pass told me that it would board at gate 3 but experience had taught me to check the board and I'm glad I did as it had been moved to gate 9.
      Just a short two hour flight this time but they still served a roast chicken with mashed potatoes and vegetable lunch. I was still full from my two meals on the first flight but I can't turn down a free meal! Okay, I know it's not free, but it was ...

      Venezuela: A Political And Economical mess!

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 30, 2014

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      ... to Venezuela puts you at extremely serious risk and package tours are the only safe way to travel in Caracas today.This has only been the case in the last six months he explains, the theft of tourist dollars is an easy and soft option for the poor.Resisting will certainly mean getting shot,but otherwise the kidnappers are not interesting in hurting you,they know that fear is their key weapon.

      As we travel to the city,a 40 minute journey,Gerardo tries to steer ...

      Getting to Santa Fe (the beach)

      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Dec 29, 2013


      ... until the new year. What made things just that little bit better was our lack of funds. Our bank cards don't work in Venezuela, and even if they did, the rate sucks. If you ever come here bring loads of American money and change it on the black market. Bank rate, US$1 = 6 bolivias, black market rate US$1 = 60 bolivias. In the morning we woke up with renewed spirits and decided to try the bus terminals again (not ...

      Last plane to South America!

      A travel blog entry by richyallum on Jul 04, 2013

      6 photos

      ... electricity supply otherwise they would steal the electricity from the national grid. I started to think "we're surrounded on all sides by these people." There were a lot of ranchos and they covered a large area. This looks like a pretty good reason why this country is the way it is because there are so many people living in these conditions.

      We drew up to the house and were shown to our room. We had a little Jugo as they call it. It means juice and ...


      A travel blog entry by davelauren on Feb 04, 2012

      ... only be paid in cash. We later found out this was not the case, becoming a pain because foreign exchange will not accept Venezuela pesos. So with 10 minutes until boarding I was running around the duty free shop like a headless trying to spend leftover pesos!

      Not so fun Caracas fact: the duty free shop does not stock Clinique... ...