Hotel Urdaneta

Address: Avenida Urdaneta, entre calles 50 y 51, número 50-61, Merida, Andes, 5101, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Urdaneta, entre calles 50 y 51, nĂºmero 50-61, Merida, is near Chorros de Milla Zoo, Plaza Bolívar (Merida), Parque Beethoven, and Museum of Science and Technology.
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Travel Blogs from Merida

11. Mérida - the coldest city in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Oct 08, 2013

1 comment

... he told us that he basically taught himself English as his high school teachers were really "mediocre". What a legend! We then said Ciao to Lucas and went to a bar called El atico del cine, recommended by the Lonely Planet, which had a really great atmosphere but we had to order twice because they lost our order. Tut tut. Next morning we got up at 5.30 for a 6am pickup from our hostel by our tour guide's driver. Turns out the driver was called Vladimir. Gotta love the ...

The middle of nowhere

A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes on Jun 21, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... about three hours to Casa de Pedro, where Pedro would be expecting us. The clouds came in and out, and obscured our path so that we were constantly second guessing our decisions. Passing the cable car station under construction, a worker walked us down a shrubby hill and pointed to a small lone structure on the edge of a mountain peak and said "there's Pedro's house." From there, we could see most of the path and felt confident knowing exactly where ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by tomascollins on Oct 14, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... with the three other students (two Icelandic girls and one dutch girl) and I retired to catch up on some emails.

To get my bearings in this compact, city in the valley, I went for a stroll before lunch. Plaza Las Heroinas, a large, terraced square, shaded by drooping palms, was abuzz with families out for sunday play and vendors selling their nick-nacs. On the mountain side of the square the road is in disrepair and shuttering hides the ...


A travel blog entry by pimpc on Nov 08, 2010

... in the bus station followed with a general sense of laughter, and then the police got involved and broke it up. It was a scene for sure, but genuine entertainment.
When our bus pulled up 45 minutes late (that would make it 12:45 a.m.) we were just happy to finally get on one even if we happened to notice one of the windows using a sheet of plastic as a window substitute. This is an 18 hour journey mind you, so the bus is a massive one with fully reclining seats and ...

Ven, a country devoid of backpackers

A travel blog entry by treacyjames on Oct 02, 2010

6 photos

... headed out on the town on night after the Italians left. We went to three pretty busy bars and there wasn't one backpacker to be found. We tried to start conversations with a number of people. Unfortunately the only guy that could speak (broken) English was a nutball 50yr old guy that spent ten years in a prison in France!

We booked a trip for Catatumbo, Lake Maracaibo (the biggest lake in S.A.) where there is a lightning phenomenon. There is ...