Hotel Luna

Casanova y Calle El Colegio, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 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

18 photos

... And the worst will be if a new govenment does not follow through, and the areas become scruffy new poor towns, albeit with good services.

And we rounded Caracas off with an evening out with Brenda, part of it with her good friend a recently retired Chilean who had come to Venezuela in 1974. We talked through things I could offer to work on with the Statistics Institute here, if the Statistics Institute are interested. Itīs a long shot as I missed my chance to visit ...

Keeping Safe In Caracas.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Nov 12, 2011

13 comments, 22 photos

... the manager at our booked hotel spoke English!

Our 24 hour bus trip to Caracas from Cartagena, Colombia was not without dramas though. The border crossing went smoothly enough, then around 6 passport checks after the border went without any incident. However, we were a couple of hours out of Caracas, when some sort of commotion ensued on the bus, with a lady quite upset and hassling, (then bribing) the driver to make a phone call. Some time later we ...

Peaceful World From The Skies

A travel blog entry by navglotrav on Jul 08, 2011

16 photos

... music.

As I was having breakfast/lunch that they provided and sipping on my apple juice, we were allowed to open the windows. Cruising at about 40,000 feet, the view outside the window was magnificent. Looking down half of my view was water and the other half was land and followed by complete land. This wasn't just normal stretch of flat land like I usually see flying over Florida. Here ...

Touring Around Caracas

A travel blog entry by blog-leslita on Mar 12, 2011

28 photos

... hunger pain yet.

So, after breakfast, we drove to a number of historical sites downtown. Simon Bolivar is an icon here so you see references to him everywhere. We visited his palace/museum.

The driving here is crazy. Ana says you have to have 6-8 sets of eyes on your head at all times. The motorcycles weave in and out of traffic and pass in-between cars. The drivers of the cars constantly ...

A weekend at the seaside...

A travel blog entry by lexysiepel on Oct 11, 2010

1 comment

So friday in Caracas I spent relaxing and having a look around. I found a lovley park where i wanted to sit in and read, but somehow got lured into a museum/exhibition (again my lack of spanish was probably to blame for this)...I think it was the centre for culture for the city, but the whole exhibition seemed to be a big propaganda thing to promote the oil trade here - very bizarre. After about an hour of being shown aroung by a guide who spoke ...


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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