Hotel Ribot

Calle Andres Eloy Blanco, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1050, Venezuela | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Caracas

Arriving in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by sueandludi

... for the betterment of their peoples. He died in poverty two hundred years ahead of his time. Now Bolivar is inspirational to lots of people who adopt him, including the Venezuelan government.

Venezuelan cafes, the best. Round the corner from our first-night Caracas hotel, was a cafe that is also a bakery and a deli and a newsagent. Its a common combination and wonderful for us, to eat savoury or sweet and a coffee. That night we bought snacks and ate them outside with ...

Keeping Safe In Caracas.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... Hotel La Floresta as part of a package through Osprey Expeditions for our visit to Angel Falls and found it to be in upmarket residential suburban area, considered safe. We felt quite comfortable walking around. One of our first jobs was to find a watchmaker to get a new watch band. This was achieved and the store owners had a good laugh with us about the fact that I had sticky-taped the old broken watch band together as an interim measure. We found 2 ...

In and out of Caracas

A travel blog entry by keelaurow

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... still had a horrible reputation and we knew we had to be careful about which area we stayed in. As such, I had a family friend who lived there that I tried to contact to see if he could be of assistance. Unfortunately, I was on skype on my iTouch with spotty reception and Bruno, our contact, was teaching a class. He told us to call him later, which wouldn't be possible since we would be on a bus, but we agreed to call him as soon as we arrived in Caracas.

We ...

First place or ninth place?

A travel blog entry by losgattis

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The whole thing looks very professional, clean and organised. But as soon as you are released by customs and by the pack of people trying to “help” you and change your dollars, you will see a messy, dirty, polluted, jam packed, poor, dusty city that looks all but safe.

The first thing I notice, after mess, dirt, pollution, traffic, etc., is that it is choko-block full of American cars (old and rusty ones as well ...

Day 2 in Caracas - who said the food here was bad?

A travel blog entry by lexysiepel

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Im going to get seriously fat here in Caracas! Had my first experice of Arepas - a staple snack here of corn bread filled with meat, fish, cheese etc, really nice! THen yesterday afternon Juan drove us to a lovely colonial suburb of caracas where we had amazing pizza creme (creamy sauce instead of tomato) then had a wander to a place that sold the most amazing Churros (long not doughnut type dessert drenched ...

Location

This hotel, located on Calle Andres Eloy Blanco, Caracas, is near Plaza Bolivar, Casa Natal & Museo Bolivar, El Capitolio Nacional, and Arco de la Federacion.
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