Hotel Wisam C. A.

Address: Av 23 de Enero, entre Los Andes y Los Toros, Andes, 5210, Venezuela | Hotel
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        • Restaurant


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Suites

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Wisam Andes

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Andes

        Los Roques - Caracas- Maracaibo

        A travel blog entry by migas on Nov 01, 2013

        3 photos

        We wake up with no plan and the weather was.... Wet. So, in the midle of some tireness we stayed in the Hotel talking with Elga. When stoped raining Elga had the ideia of Clibing to the top of the island. So we did it. It was a nice mini trking. Than our los Roques Experience was ending. We gather our gear and headed to the aiport. Entrer the plane and flew to Caracas Airport. Again, like ...

        Brothel, beer & bakery

        A travel blog entry by holident on Apr 15, 2013

        ... ham & cheese. It was incredibly difficult to eat, as the ingredients poured out of it, & all in all it tasted pretty gross.

        A few hours later we found a McDonalds & all jumped out for a much needed mid-afternoon snack. I enjoyed an Oreo McFlurry whilst others consumed Big Mac meals. Whilst eating a political celebration was occurring on the road outside; worried it may turn around & that we may ...

        Taganga to Maracaibo

        A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Feb 15, 2013

        1 comment

        Got up around 7 or 8am, left Taganga by 9am with a 10,000 bolivar taxi... (or so) to the bus terminal... the buses wouldn't take me with my big backpack and it was much quicker, I wouldn't have to change buses, etc.

        Left the bus terminal in Santa Marta around 10am, got to Maicao, near the Colombia/Venezuela border around 2pm. That cost me 25,000 bolivares or so (about 12-15USD).

        A series of shakedowns

        A travel blog entry by tomascollins on Nov 03, 2012


        We say our farewells to the Jakera gang and jump on our 8pm night-bus to Maracaibo, a hub city where we should be able to connect to the border. Four hours away on Google Maps it takes an inexplicable (and frosty, due to AC on full) ten hours; we miss our connecting fancy bus to Santa Marta and are forced to get a 'Por Puesto'. Basically, you rent a seat in a taxi or bus and it takes you to the border. Not ...

        One for the boys

        A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Aug 01, 2012

        2 comments, 15 photos

        ... but it was plain sailing although a many stop process, but another set of stamps collected and Columbia here we come...

        As soon as you cross the border tha cars get smaller and the motorbikes appear - I guess they pay commerical rates for petrol, although the road from the border has blackmarket petrol for sale in 20l plastic containers!!