Hotel Grand Galaxie

Address: Avenida Baralt, Truco a Caja de Agua Diagonal, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 2004, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Altagracia area of Caracas, is near Casa Natal & Museo Bolivar, Plaza Bolivar, Panteón Nacional, and El Capitolio Nacional.
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        A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 06, 2013

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        ... We wandered a bit further and then decided to get the Metro back to where we thought it would end up, which we eventually found was close to Los Simbolos metro station in the south of the city,

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        A travel blog entry by cj1s17 on Jan 22, 2012

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        ... and took us to this old town called "El Hatillo" It was about 45min away from the hotel. It was a nice drive through the hills of Caracas, and at I saw the typical things you see in any city, tall buildings, grocery stores, gas stations, etc. Did you know that gas is so cheap's about 10 cents a liter!! However, everything else is super expensive. Dinner (pizza) alone for 4 people was $600 Venezuelan Bolivares Fuertes (about $140 USD).

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        A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 21, 2011

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        ... still had a horrible reputation and we knew we had to be careful about which area we stayed in. As such, I had a family friend who lived there that I tried to contact to see if he could be of assistance. Unfortunately, I was on skype on my iTouch with spotty reception and Bruno, our contact, was teaching a class. He told us to call him later, which wouldn't be possible since we would be on a bus, but we agreed to call him as soon as we arrived in Caracas.

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        A travel blog entry by jennandpaul on Feb 10, 2011

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        First place or ninth place?

        A travel blog entry by losgattis on Jan 11, 2011

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        ... br>
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