Hotel Lima

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

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... and a major speech by Nicolas Maduro who was previously vice-president and named by Chavez and the person very suitable to follow him.

We take the Metro to near the place where the funeral is taking place at Fuerte Tiuna, and there are thousands of people we follow out of the station, and along a mile of avenue with crowds, and big screens broadcasting the ceremony, and eventually a monument and flagged entrance we can`t cross. There is a queue to file past Chavezī body thatīs ...

Nice Hike to El Ávila with CS friends

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 20, 2013

... being a Sunday, the trail was jam-packed with other Caracas locals walking and running up and down the trails in huge quantities.

We eventually reached the “Sabas Nieves II” area at the end of the Sabas Nieves route, where there were many weekend hikers resting and having a good time in the shades and grassy areas. We walked past this area another 5 or 10 minutes to an even greener and ...

Hump Day!

A travel blog entry by cj1s17 on Jan 18, 2012

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... ate breakfast and went to the office. For some reason it's easier to wake up early when I'm on the road, then when I am at home. Traveling, I usually have no problem waking up early and working out. At home, forget about it!

People always ask "what's it like working in another country?" Well, to tell the truth, I wouldn't know I was in ...

In and out of Caracas

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 21, 2011

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... in a row.

There was no mercy with these checkpoints, either. If your bus came across one at 2 in the morning, well the lights would come on and everyone had to wake up to comply with the search. Nothing irritated us more than the forced wake-up on the way to Caracas, where the solder stopped looking at ID's two rows before ours, but we had already forced ourselves to wake up and stay awake waiting for him to see our passports. Stupid kid!

Anyway, we ...

Fire Caracas

A travel blog entry by leehakner on Dec 29, 2010

... When we met, it turned out his other guests had left so I ended up taking the room in the Sabana Grande region of the city. Booking anything outside of the country is generally not a great idea due to the absurd currency situation whereby the government has pegged the bolivar to the dollar at an unrealistically low rate and imposed tough regulations on residents for the acquisition of foreign currency. In practical terms for a ...

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