Hotel Residencias Las Taparitas

Address: Avenida principal de Las Palmas con San Camilo, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the La Victoria area of Caracas, is near Paseo de Los Proceres, Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, Parque Central, and Museo de los Ninos (Children's Museum).
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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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... miles west of Caracas, above Catia, it seemed a bleak and isolated place from where we first saw it. But gradually the potential grew on us, and the good reality for the one thousand families already living there. In effect it is a very big council estate only about a fifith finished. In that fifth there are all the services of a city: schools, supermarkets, cash points, medical centre, playgrounds, sports pitches, and industry close down the hill. We saw major hydroponics ...

Caracas beautiful, but sad now.

A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 04, 2013

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Seventeen hour overnight coach from Mérida to Caracas! But it was comfortable - we both slept on seats that recline to almost flat, and then woke on Monday morning and watched the cars go by in slow traffic for forty miles. After that, we couldn´t get phones working to let Brenda know we´d arrived, until a passing Canadian took pity on us and led us to an internet and phone-call shop, and soon we were in Brenda´s flat, showered and semi-fresh again!

Brenda ...

In and out of Caracas

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 21, 2011

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... station was incredibly far, we walked along with our huge packs on our backs and received many curious stares. It was clear backpackers don't bother to venture into the heart of Caracas much. We stopped for a delicious lunch of arepa sandwiches. Arepa's are a round cake-like fried bread made with ground corn that is moist and delicious in Venezuela (much better than the version in Colombia, which is small, hard and dry.)

As we approached the metro, we found a ...

It's enough to drive you Caracas......

A travel blog entry by richandjoanna on Jul 12, 2011

... than we’d been paying recently, but it was in one of the better areas of Caracas. We didn’t fancy staying in a rough area just to save some Bolivianos, not just for one night, not in this city.

In our free afternoon, we walked around the local area and saw shopping mall after mall after mall. They like shopping here!

To get to the International airport, we decided to take a bus rather than a taxi, ...

Fire Caracas

A travel blog entry by leehakner on Dec 29, 2010

... only really getting fully back to business around 7 January) and so prices of accommodation were driven up and buses full. I didn´t really want to spend a week and a half waiting for things to return to mormal, especially with Caracas being the most expensive capital in Latin America. Fighting against a tendency to want to go everywhere - and, frankly, the Carribbean coast sounded more appealing than the city for New Year - I decided to continue ...

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