Hotel Tampa

Address: 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 Museo de Arte Contemporaneo.
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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

        18 photos

        ... And the worst will be if a new govenment does not follow through, and the areas become scruffy new poor towns, albeit with good services.

        And we rounded Caracas off with an evening out with Brenda, part of it with her good friend a recently retired Chilean who had come to Venezuela in 1974. We talked through things I could offer to work on with the Statistics Institute here, if the Statistics Institute are interested. Itīs a long shot as I missed my chance to visit ...

        Caracas beautiful, but sad now.

        A travel blog entry by sueandludi on Mar 04, 2013

        6 photos

        ... a good communicator during the past fifteen years of the government, using oil money to fund pro-poor projects, and involving everyone in taking charge of the changes, and winning election after election - not huge majorities but nonetheless in the face of virulent anti-socialist rhetoric from Venezuelan business and most of the media and the USA.

        Brenda said the same as Paul - that the main change is in peopleīs minds, which she said is a change that will ...

        Keeping Safe In Caracas.

        A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Nov 12, 2011

        13 comments, 22 photos

        ... the manager at our booked hotel spoke English!

        Our 24 hour bus trip to Caracas from Cartagena, Colombia was not without dramas though. The border crossing went smoothly enough, then around 6 passport checks after the border went without any incident. However, we were a couple of hours out of Caracas, when some sort of commotion ensued on the bus, with a lady quite upset and hassling, (then bribing) the driver to make a phone call. Some time later we ...

        In and out of Caracas

        A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 21, 2011

        5 photos

        ... on booking our flight for the next day. By now, we already knew which areas were considered safe from having done our own research, so meeting up with Bruno would be more of a social visit than anything. He sounded so busy, I imagine he was relieved to have escaped the rendezvous.

        To get to the airport, we decided to catch a bus. There was one listed in the book which turned out to be a private shuttle bus. For the price of 25 bolivars ($3.00) we were able ...

        Caracas explored and time to move on

        A travel blog entry by place77 on Dec 26, 2010

        This is going to be a quick entry as I need to make tracks to the bus terminal as it's time to leave Caracas

        It's an interesting place to spend a few days and it was good to explore it yesterday walking round Parque Miranda and discovering it has a small zoo in it with monkeys, a leopard, a big ass snake and lizards as well as a load of different species of birds.
        It was interesting as well to see ...

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