Hotel Urdaneta

Avenida Urdaneta, entre calles 50 y 51, número 50-61, Merida, Andes, 5101, Venezuela | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merida

Dia 6

A travel blog entry by sandraewens

Yo visite al Plaza Bolívar y ver la fuente famosa, jardín, y estatua de Bolívar. Proporcionar tiene la fuente todo la cuidad. Después de la plaza, yo tome el Teleférico y llegue a Pico Espejo Estación. El Teleférico tiene restaurantes y observatorios. Saque muchas fotos. Yo recomendable todos que toman el Teleférico. Llegue Hotel Urdaneta a noche.

11. Mérida - the coldest city in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013


... began our ascent into the Andes and to the cloud forest (a hotel perched at cloud level with a unique ecosystem due to the clouds). The roads were pretty decent until the National Park started. We stopped at a waterfall and saw a toucan. We also saw a turkey bird that dwells in the trees! The town of La Azulita on our way up the mountains was incredible. It's amazing how much civilisation there is at 3000 feet! We arrived at the hotel and, unfortunately, they weren't expecting ...

More from Mérida

A travel blog entry by sueandludi


... br> Back to Mérida. I´ll try to keep it short though that´s difficult as there is a lot we´ve taken in. I have to mention the short Teleferico, cable car. Rather than going up the mountain, this one goes down to one of the towns below Mérida city, and was opened last December. It´s open for the commuters and schoolchildren and shoppers - morning to 11, lunch 12-3 and early evening 5-8. And is absolutely free. Before it was either a walk up steep hill-side steps that ...

Small in size, big in fun

A travel blog entry by gringoquinns


... times in Hotel Mustafa but it was because the waiter was so delighted to have someone in. We also went to La Abadia (The Abbey) - a converted building where the waiters wear robes and they have Enigma on a loop. The whole thing is less 'atmospheric' and more 'disconcerting'.

Merida is a hotspot for adrenaline junkies, with all kinds of high octane activities on your doorstep. We opted for paragliding (flying ...

Pico Humboldt.. Stumbled onto a very tall mountain

A travel blog entry by kristen_mcc


... justice. In slight, it enchanted me. A tree with a little tree growing in its canopy. Cloud forests where layers upon layers of moss trees, plants of green are existing upon a solid white backdrop. The flowers.

And actually climbing Humboldt was quite an experience too. Very difficult. I was used to snow, but all the rocks, well I was cocky the first night and slipped, bruising my knee and twisting my ankle. To have luck to not be dead is to be grateful for life.



This hotel, located on Avenida Urdaneta, entre calles 50 y 51, número 50-61, Merida, is near Chorros de Milla Zoo, Plaza Bolívar (Merida), Parque Beethoven, and Museum of Science and Technology.
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