Hotel Continental Altamira
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... had a balcony overlooking one of the parks. Very nice. Donīt get me wrong, it was a little rough round the edges, but very comfortable and clean.We then went back down for breakfast with Nelson where we braced ourselves for another barrage of info and we were not disappointed. Whilst we ate our dry toast and dry scrambled eggs we sorted out money (you have to change money privately and not get it out of the banks as ...
Today's post will be veeery short... All I did was work on my Master's (online) exam most of the day. Not much else today! Just spent the day at Monica and Alex's place on my laptop working on the exam and later checking on future travel plans. In the afternoon I we went to pick up Monica's kids at school and that was about it.. ...
I figured Sunday is just about a good time as any to update you on my status for Friday and Saturday in the exciting city of Caracas.
Anyway, Friday night was dinner in this surprisingly happening, trendy place. It was a recommendation from someone, but if I didn't hear Spanish being spoken, I would swear I was in LA. The restaurant was called LOLA, and when I first heard the name, of course the Barry Manilow song popped into my head....."her name ...
... on booking the cheapest of the expensive hotels with free shuttle service (which would save us 150 bolivars each way) and waited for our pick-up. We were told it would be 25 minutes before our shuttle arrived, so we settled in and played the airplane landing game we had become addicted to while we waited. 45 minutes later, there was still no sign of our airport shuttle. As we were about to give up, in strolled our driver holding a to-go dinner in his hand and a sign for ...
... Obama Clause and his american bombs which I found on a wall not too far from Plaza Bolivar.
I've also managed to change all my US $ thanks to some helpful locals so everything isn't quite as expensive. For example an big frosty chocolate ice cream at Wendy's was 16.50 Bolivares, thatīs about 3.30 in UK cash which is staggering. I slightly stuggle to see how even the rich manage to lead the lives ...