Hotel Urdaneta

Address: Avenida Urdaneta, entre calles 50 y 51, número 50-61, Merida, Andes, 5101, Venezuela | Hotel
 
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Location

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

... and drank coke. Very surreal but a mega setting. We then got back on the boat and made the final 60min journey, stopping for a beer in the shade on the way. We arrived at the village of stilt houses to kids waving etc. Very cute. Alan's house was at the end of the village. We moored up and hopped out. It was a simple house with one main room and an outside kitchen and showers/toilet. We were greeted by a curious horse that almost came all the way up the bridge into 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 3

A travel blog entry by tomascollins on Oct 13, 2012

8 comments, 1 photo

Well,

perhaps there was a little too much detail in yesterdays post but that's what waiting, for what seemed like an eternity, in Caracas airport gets you; so todays will be a little shorter.

We whizzed out of La Parada early in the morning for my 8:45am flight to Merida. Streets were quiet and the tall mountains surrounding the airport were shrouded in hazy cloud. I exchanged some dollars with "Harry", the bus driver, for double the official rate (Venezuela has ...

Venezuela

A travel blog entry by pimpc on Nov 08, 2010

... that are just there for show, because I learned that zero buses feel inclined to show movies in Venezuela. The bus was cruising along smoothly until about noon the next day--when we suddenly broke down. We hung out inside thinking it was a quick fix, but when parts started getting pulled out and passing cars flagged down, we realized this might be a while. The bus was turned off so the temperature quickly became very stuffy, and outside felt like a microwave. Lucky for us, we ...

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 ...