Hotel Kursaal

Avenida Casanova, esquina calle El Colegio, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1050, Venezuela | Hotel
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A colonial village, Caracas and a socialist city

A travel blog entry by sueandludi


... shops selling their produce, and there are areas set aside for agricultural production. The housing is 4-storey blocks with about 20 flats in each.

Geordi, a paid youth worker himslef in his early twenties showed us round, and afterwards we talked to his mum Lisbeth Alcalá in the apartment where the five in their family live. Most apartments have one main bedroom and two smaller ones, others are bigger. The families at the moment all come from displaced communities - ...

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

A travel blog entry by richandjoanna

... charge at least US$40. We took the Metro to the Belles Artes stop, exited and walked around 400m along the busy road to the Hotel Alba. The buses depart from just outside the hotel, and we bought our tickets in the lobby.

We had been warned that sometimes at the airport, people in official looking uniforms approach travellers in an attempt to intimidate and solicit bribes. Luckily we had no problems with this. The ...

Peaceful World From The Skies

A travel blog entry by navglotrav


I was on the way from Miami to Caracas, Venezuela where I would have a a layover of 9 hours. The flight from Miami to Caracas took about 3 hours and 15 minutes and since I had checked in online early I was able to get a window seat. The flight attendants did make us close our windows for the first hour and a half of the journey as the sun was rising. During this time I spent most of the time making use of the ...

A drive along the coast

A travel blog entry by blog-leslita


... along the coast. We didn't end up going to the beach as it started to rain but we had a few stops along the way. My eyes and skin are loving the humid sea air!!

We went home for a bit of a rest and then headed to a shopping mall. The stores were closed so we just picked up a few groceries. The fruits and veggies are huge here. The watermelons, in particular are gigantic.

Venezuela - Caracas and Merida

A travel blog entry by nomadic1


... I walked through and bought a double scoop of pear and some flavor I couldn't translate.

World Cup football was the dominant force in Caracas and it was no different in Merida. Most of my mornings and afternoons were filled watching matches at the restaurants near my hotel. I watched the US team defeat Algeria in extra time to advance in one of Merida's most popular bars. The patrons got a real kick out of me cheering because everyone, myself included, thought for sure ...


This hotel, located in the El Recreo area of Caracas, is near Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, Parque Central, Jardín Botánico, and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo.
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