Hotel El Arroyo

Avenida Lecuna, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1010, Venezuela | Hotel
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A colonial village, Caracas and a socialist city

A travel blog entry by sueandludi


... miles west of Caracas, above Catia, it seemed a bleak and isolated place from where we first saw it. But gradually the potential grew on us, and the good reality for the one thousand families already living there. In effect it is a very big council estate only about a fifith finished. In that fifth there are all the services of a city: schools, supermarkets, cash points, medical centre, playgrounds, sports pitches, and industry close down the hill. We saw major hydroponics ...

Coming home

A travel blog entry by keelaurow


... it was time to board the flight.

This flight barely reaches altitude before it is descending again to land in San Diego, so in what felt like just a few minutes, there we were walking through the San Diego International airport, looking for our friends. JB was once again there to pick us up, and in the spirit of tradition, our welcome committee of Kera and Marty were also waiting for us. It was so fun and exciting to see our friends, but it was also ...

It's enough to drive you Caracas......

A travel blog entry by richandjoanna

... than we’d been paying recently, but it was in one of the better areas of Caracas. We didn’t fancy staying in a rough area just to save some Bolivianos, not just for one night, not in this city.

In our free afternoon, we walked around the local area and saw shopping mall after mall after mall. They like shopping here!

To get to the International airport, we decided to take a bus rather than a taxi, ...

First place or ninth place?

A travel blog entry by losgattis


According to the various results you find on Google, Caracas (capital of the "Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela") is awarded anything from the 1st to the 9th place in the ranking for most dangerous cities in the world, with a stunning result of 130 killings per 100,000 residents.

Not sure where the truth lies, but for sure you don't want to take the risk. Which is why we arrive in Caracas with a pre-arranged airport transfer to our hotel ...

Paranoid in Caracas # 1

A travel blog entry by jennifer.locke

... Coro. Booked a seat for the following evening, and then made my way back to the hostel in the blistering sun, on the hot trains! When I got back to my room, I had a cold shower to freshen up before walking to Burger King, which was not far around the corner (and the only restaurant I could find in close proximity) for dinner. Was hard to order, but I managed. The staff aren't too helpful and just stare at you, so you think you haven't asked right, but it's just their ...


This hotel, located in the Santa Teresa area of Caracas, is near Plaza Bolivar, Casa Natal & Museo Bolivar, El Capitolio Nacional, and Museo Sacro de Caracas.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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