No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Fioremar Caracas
Travel Blogs from Caracas
... than the other public parks, but veeery well kept and with a great marionette exhibition. We had a great time there, relaxed under the shade of a tree for a while before heading off to the metro station to say goodbye. Then I just went home and relaxed and talked with my hosts as usual before heading to bed.. :)
Tomorrow I should go to the Avila (the local mountain park just north of the city for a climb around it's paths.. :)
... arrived in the late afternoon, and El Hatillo is just a small town square with some shops, so we just wondered around the streets for a few hours shopping. For dinner it was what I would consider a typical US Saturday night dinner - pizza and beer!
One thing I have discovered in my travels in South America, is one - no one is in a hurry to serve you and two - don't expect to get what you ordered. I cannot recall a meal yet this past week that ...
... br> After our dinner, we went back to the room to refresh and do some chores. We had blogs to work on and Curt needed to do some preparation for potential immigration problems when we returned to the U.S. We had a television, air conditioning and a hot shower - the room was heaven to us and we thoroughly enjoyed it.
The next day, we decided we wanted to give the local bus a try to get to the airport. It seemed to us that it would be possible, although even the ...
... delerious after 2 days of flights. Albaro took us to a cool pizza joint around the corner from our very cute posada. Good thing we were tired, as there was an all night birthday party that involved Kareoke at our Posada!
As a side note:
- American Airlines does not have personal inflight entertainment. However, they knew exactly where my bag ...
... now shouldn't it?
Well it would have been at that high price but we then gained a further passenger in the shape of Carla a young Venezuelan girl who lives in the US and then another Venezuelan guy called Maurice who lives in Barcelona. If nothing else having a couple of Venezuelans sharing the ride reassured me that it was a legit taxi.
So as we are about to depart the taxi driver asks me how much I agreed to pay which I told him. ...