Hotel Luna

Address: 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

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... long. There are thousands of flag-photo-T-shirt-cap-armband-music-ca ke-drink-snack-sellers. There are also free things from government organisations - water, juice, copies of the constitution, and posters. Like Wednesday it`s a mix of sadness and celebration, people wanting to be out together sharing the moment.

From what we saw of the ceremony between wandering around and snapping pictures and sipping water, it was very well organised and Nicolas Maduro seemed ...

Nice Hike to El Ávila with CS friends

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 20, 2013

... of the mountain, where we had a nice picnic and had some nice conversation for a half hour or so. After a while, the group decided to continue along the path to some small waterfalls deeper along the trail.

The trail was nice, but started off with a steep climb down some rugged trails (which I’d have to climb back out of later on) and then along a path winding around the mountain. We ...

Hump Day!

A travel blog entry by cj1s17 on Jan 18, 2012

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... except for two things. One, when I attend meetings, people are speaking a different language and two, when I go to get food, the pace is much slower than in the US. Other than that, I commute to an office, sit in an office all day working on my computer, and commute back to the hotel. Almost the same as working in the US.

Tonight I went to ...

In and out of Caracas

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 21, 2011

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... encountered these checkpoints a few times on our way to Caracas, but we told ourselves it was the last time we had to deal with them, which helped us keep our patience. We don't really know what it is exactly they are trying to do with these checkpoints. Possibly search for illegal immigrants, which apparently do exist here, but since they never found one (and they are easily bribed), it seemed like a pointless exercise. Our other theory is that it is just to keep the ...

Fire Caracas

A travel blog entry by leehakner on Dec 29, 2010

... this means is that the only way to get good value is to bring all the money you need for the whole trip as US dollars and to exchange them on the black market. Of course, if you are going on a short holiday, you might be prepared to take the hit but you could end up paying up to twice as much as everyone else. Even on the black market, I got wildly fluctuating rates (between 5.5 and 7.6 to the dollar), which made budgeting even more tricky and ...

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