Hotel El Parque

Address: Merida 2004 , Merida, Andes, 2004, Venezuela | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merida


A travel blog entry by henry.and.sarah on Oct 10, 2013

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Adventure capital of Venezuela, at the start of the Andes, and our final destination in the country. Also home to the ice cream parlour that holds the world record for having created most flavours - over 1000 to date, and 70-odd were on sale when we ...

Kelsey's First Blog Entry

A travel blog entry by kelsey.duckett on Jan 21, 2013

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... been extremely helpful. Lastly, I have learned that I will learn far more talking with the locals asking for directions, restaurants, etc. than I will ever learn in the classroom - the hardest part is putting yourself out there to make the mistakes and learn from them.

I have a lot more to share and I hope to be able to write 1-2 times per week during my time here!


Venezuelan women are all women

A travel blog entry by tomascollins on Oct 18, 2012

... and open chap, open in an American way. He spoke fluent Spanish and told me about his upbringing (as Americans tend to do). He was trying to organise a couch-surfing meet-up party for the following night.

After a few beers we bumped into a guitarist in a local jazz band; a big, gregarious, black guy (whose name escapes me). After Ivo hit him up for a gig, he entertained us with local stories (about when he jumped out of his ...

Our expectations for this trip

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage on May 10, 2011

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... I am constantly undecided about everything.

Australia always seemed very cool to my eyes. I remember that I thought I was going to see kangaroos in Zimbabwe (I didn’t).

I want to buy cool stuff, get ripped, learn (but no school), see and discover new things, be with family, do sky diving, throw a freesbe on the Machu Pichu Mountains, go on an elephant and a camel, pet a kangaroo, see cheetahs, ocean beaches, ...


A travel blog entry by pimpc on Nov 08, 2010

... great things about as well. What I did see though which was great, was the highest waterfall in the world, falling from a tepui which is a flat topped sort of mountain. The tepui’s are all the way to the waterfall, and are pretty spectacular.
Fourth, the people and baseball. Venezuelans were probably the some of the funniest and kindest people I’d ever met. No one was to busy to shoot the breeze for a few minutes and what was the most refreshing was I ...

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