Hotel Broadway

Final Avenida Casanova, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 2004, Venezuela | Hotel

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El Avila

A travel blog entry by maccas1


El Avila
Went to the top of El Avila via the Teleferico (gondola). El Avia is attached to a range that rises steeply from the coast (2000m above sea level) from which Caracas (800m above sea level) revealed itself. Once viewed from afar, with the shanty towns too distant to distinguish the city looks amazing, flowing down through one major valley and spilling up into smaller tributaries, peppered with lush green bush (pics attached to this post).


Who's says Caracas is dangerous???

A travel blog entry by cj1s17


... workout, I went downstairs in the hotel to the breakfast buffet. It was a pretty good layout of food. Eggs, ham, bacon, oatmeal, all types of fruit, pastries, pancakes, juice coffee, pretty typical breakfast buffet. My husband knows that on the weekends this is my favorite meal, so I was in breakfast heaven!!

After hanging out for a few hours just working, reading and watching some bad TV, a lady from the office picked up myself and a couple ...

Getting There!

A travel blog entry by geoscot

... asked to produce our Yellow Fever cards in both Caracas and San Jose airports. Key Lessons Learned

  • Need to carry Yellow Fever cards.
  • No need to exchange money at the airport. The rate was better at our hotel and most, if not all, places accepted US Dollars.
  • Most people helping us spoke good English.
  • Had to pay a US$ 26 airport tax when we left Costa ...

Into South America

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

...without any bags. Arrived in Caracas today but Jenn's bags decided to spend an extra day in Canada. They will come in a day or so. We then flew over to a town called El Vigia - pronounced more like El Ba-hee-ah. Albaro, our guide, picked us up at the airport and drove us to Merida, about 1.5 hours away (1 hour in Venezuelan time). Along the way we passed people in ...

Venezuela - Caracas and Merida

A travel blog entry by nomadic1


... I told him I was visiting Venezuela for the first time and didn't even have a hotel booked.

'You've got some stones.' he responded.

I didn't feel particularly stone laden at that moment and I let him know how nervous I felt about the arrival time. That was all it took to open up the flood gate of advice from Ken. He started telling me about so many of the potential dangers in the city and that I shouldn't trust anyone because they will see me as rich and try ...


This hotel, located in the El Recreo area of Caracas, is near Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, Centro Sambil, Jardín Botánico, and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo.
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