Hotel Lima

Avenida Libertador con Avenida La Salle, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1050, Venezuela | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Maria Perez area of Caracas, is near Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, Parque Central, Jardín Botánico, and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo.
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Travel Blogs from Caracas

A colonial village, Caracas and a socialist city

A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 07, 2013

18 photos

... behaviour - they can recommend that ultimate sanction but do not decide it. Lisbeth says her flat is not as nice as the house she had in Catia before the landslide, but the community and the security is better and she is one of the Community Council's elected leaders.

The best for Ciudad Caribia will be sufficient work nearby to become self-sufficient, as is the plan. There are other similar cities, not all so isolated, that could replace most of the poor housing ...

Adios Caracas

A travel blog entry by colettels on Jun 20, 2012

11 photos

Today I spent most of the day in a car driving around Caracas. It's a large sprawling city with favelas precariously stacked at the extreme western and eastern ends of the city. During the rainy season the favelas do not fare well and there is plenty of evidence of landslides and collapsed houses. It seems as if much of the city has been constructed in a 20 year concrete fest between 1950 and 1970 but I could be completely wrong. There's a huge spaghetti maze of ...

Keeping Safe In Caracas.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Nov 12, 2011

13 comments, 22 photos

... 8217;t stay, there is nothing to see. Most travel forums and some guide books say the overland borders are dangerous and don’t recommend arriving in Caracas by bus.

As is often the way with our own travels, we have, so far, found the opposite.

We travelled overland by bus and encountered courtesy. We changed money at the border without getting ripped off. We had help to get a “safe” taxi on arrival at the bus station and to ...

Cliche Traveller?

A travel blog entry by syrena on Jul 25, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

... and think I would have either graduated with a straight first, or spent time getting very drunk on the many lawns!!

Simple things amazed me about this campus, such as the many concrete walk ways that connected many of the main buildings. Under a selection of these walkways were blackboards, and groups of students that were studying together. This just did not happen in London!! Especially given that we visited the campus on a ...

Stats, Facts and the South American Car Pageant

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jul 04, 2010

1 comment, 18 photos

... hot ground corn stuffed with cheese and covered in honey (Quimbaya, Colombia)
Plantain in any form.
Coconut rice.... Colombia coast.
Least favourite food: Sancocho.... soup with great lumps of meat and vegetables... it filled me up too much for the rest of my dinner!
Weight of my back pack in January: 10 kilos.
Weight of my back pack in July: 17 kilos. All those presents! You lucky lot....
One big special 'Thank-you' to: Alice ...

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