Hotel Tampa

Avenida Francisco Solano, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Sabana Grande area of Caracas, is near Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, Parque Central, Museo de los Ninos (Children's Museum), and Jardín Botánico.
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Travel Blogs from Caracas

A funny thing about a paddle!

A travel blog entry by iancurtis on Aug 12, 2012

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... to confess the one, and only, and single company that could handle it was, indeed, DHL! However, in our unemployed state the USD 300 price tage proved too rich for a USD 8 paddle. So, just before boarding our Angel Falls taxi, instead of posting Paddle as planned, we handed him back to our 'handler' to deliver it all the way back to our beachside lodge so we could implement 'Plan B' on our return. He dutifully handed him back to the lodge housekeeper, Kaitlin, who ...


A travel blog entry by davelauren on Feb 04, 2012

... a line (4.5 hours before departure) of around 50 people! We ended up just jumping in the line and waiting 30 minutes until check in opened (and a further 1.5 hours after that) before finally getting checked in.

Funny thing is we were told that you had to pay a departure tax of 138 pesos each at the airport, which we were also ...

A new journey in Caracas, Venezuela

A travel blog entry by blog-leslita on Mar 11, 2011

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... We arrived at the apartment building and could here the salsa music on the street. The apartment was on the 10th floor. The noise bylaw is no loud music after 2AM. A bit different than Canada.

I had the opportunity to dance a couple of salsa dances and one of the men said that I was a really good dancer. He was very surprised. It was hard to have ...

A few hours in Caracas

A travel blog entry by donald23 on Dec 08, 2010

When we buy tickets to take the bus to Caracas centre, we get warnings at the airport to watch out and definitely not to go out after dark. We get these warnings again on the bus from fellow passengers. In Caracas we go into the subway immediately, which is probably the safest way to travel around Caracas (according to our guidebook).


A travel blog entry by lexysiepel on Oct 06, 2010

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Up at 7.30am Tuesday, drive to airport (thanks to the lovely rob) at 2am. 6am fly to Porto, 11am fly to Caracas, arrive 8.30pm Wednesday - 3pm local time. 9pm local time drinks Joanna, in bed 2am Thursday. Pretty shattered.

Arrived at Caracas airport, really mental, was quite scared as kept thinking about all the horror stories of getting robbed or questioned by immigration. No one spoke english and I think I was the ...

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