Hotel Grand Galaxie

Avenida Baralt, Truco a Caja de Agua Diagonal, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 2004, Venezuela | Hotel

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A colonial village, Caracas and a socialist city

A travel blog entry by sueandludi


... to voting for Maduro this year, maybe not even the majority. It`s all to play for and could be dirty.

Socialist City

On Saturday we have a day visiting housing projects with Tony, a friend of Paulīs. He brings along his son Antonio and his son-in-law Denis, so they can see too. We've paid him $60 for the day. Iīll not mentoin more than a few things.

The first place we visit and the only one we stop to talk to people, is Ciudad Caribia. Built on a hill ...

From Caracas to a Venezuelan Ranch

A travel blog entry by colettels


... After all, it melts nail polish. Today's highlight include finding 2 anacondas one this morning and again one in the afternoon. Look away now if you're afraid of snakes! They stink and are slimy to touch. We were also lucky enough to see a giant anteater this afternoon. It's the strangest looking animal of some considerable size, gobbling upto 30,000 ants per day. As in times gone by, a bell rings at meal times, 7am, noon and 7pm. During our evening meals ...

My new home for the next two weeks

A travel blog entry by cj1s17


... bed. My room is almost the same size as my condo. In fact it's laid out like the condo, you walk in and there is the sink/kitchen area, straight ahead the living room, and off to the left the bedroom and bathroom.

I went to work on Monday, no exciting news to report -just work.

A drive along the coast

A travel blog entry by blog-leslita


... it instead as it wasn't frozen. So I did. He then took my partially frozen beer and started to drink it. He didn't even pour the beer in a glass or wipe off the top where my lips had touched the bottle. When I was done, he wanted to give me another beer but I put my foot down and said no gracias. Wow, now that was an experience. The food was very tasty and I didn't get sick. I ...

Venezuela - Caracas and Merida

A travel blog entry by nomadic1


... mountainous part of Venezuela are amazingly good. Not only are they well maintained but there were three incredibly long tunnels that cut straight through various mountains which I'm sure must have shortened the drive significantly. It's funny how a country as messed up as Venezuela can have such wonderful infrastructure, and yet Tulsa, Oklahoma, where I just came from has pretty terrible roads by comparison.

The town of Merida is quite beautiful with all the cloud ...


This hotel, located in the Altagracia area of Caracas, is near Plaza Bolivar, Casa Natal & Museo Bolivar, El Capitolio Nacional, and Panteón Nacional.
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