Hotel Paseo Las Mercedes

Address: Avenida Principal de Las Mercedes, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Principal de Las Mercedes, Caracas, is near Parque del Este, Plaza de Altamira, Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, and Centro Sambil.
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    A colonial village, Caracas and a socialist city

    A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 07, 2013

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    ... very fast. On the other hand, it will be good to have the authority of President decided upon soon.

    In discussions some people think Maduro will walk it, being the candidate nominated by the so-popular Chavez. Others suggest that those who did`t vote last time will decide, since they are about 10% (only 10% didn`t vote!), close to the 55%-45% margin that Chavez won by. But elections are capricious, thereīs no gaurantee that all of those who voted for Chavez last year will ...

    Nice Hike to El Ávila with CS friends

    A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 20, 2013

    ... down the Sabas Nieves route a bit quicker than the way up and walked to the subway back to Alex an Monica’s place. We had some nice conversation hanging out for a bit, while I showered and got my bags ready for the bus journey to Merida, my next destination.

    The bus I took was with Flamingo Bus Company, located near the “Los Dos Caminos” Metro stop, and there were tickest for ...

    My new home for the next two weeks

    A travel blog entry by cj1s17 on Jan 15, 2012

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    I arrived Sunday night around 10:30pm, of course, my bag was one of the last off - AGAIN!!!! Oh well, at least my driver was waiting for me. Big,dark, SUV with dark, and I mean dark tinted windows. No issues, he drove me straight to the hotel where I checked in, unpacked a little and then ...

    In and out of Caracas

    A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 21, 2011

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    ... windy roads that forced our bus to slow down to about 5 mph. As the miles torturously crept by, it was clear we would take a lot longer than the 22 hours estimated.

    Luckily, with the exception of asinine checkpoints, we were able to get a fairly decent night's sleep. When we arrived in Caracas, 24 hours later, we discovered that we were in fact not arriving at either one of the proper bus terminals located on our map. Instead we were at a private bus ...

    Fire Caracas

    A travel blog entry by leehakner on Dec 29, 2010

    ... around later at night. Itīs easy to get nervous about violent crime statistics when you ignore the context (mostly poor-on-poor and convergent on specific areas). Rather than this, I found my problem with the city was with a general lack of attractions and with unpredictable opening hours. An example of the latter is that the city has a contemporary art museum with a reputation for being the best in South America but it was closed or closing ...