JW Marriott Hotel Caracas
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... a nice, relaxed time. After a while hanging out and walking around the park, my Bolivian friend who's studying in Caracas, Graciela, called me and I went to hang out with her near the Altamira Metro Station.
From there, we went to the Parque del Este, a few blocks away, and had a deliiiicious "Pepito" with shredded beef and chicken, along with onions, avocado, etc. It was sooo good.. A bit "pricey" at 80 bolivares, but we ...
Today is our last day in Venezuela! We survived despite the odds stacked against us, from Venezuelan work colleagues warning us against going at all without the protection of heavily armed bodyguards (not an exaggeration), to the Venezuelan sales assistant I met in the outdoor equipment shop the day prior to our departure, who carefully explained the reason she was serving me in a shop in Brighton was because it was too dangerous back home! The taxi is loaded up and we ...
... show us around. He was pleased and proud to have some foreigners wanting to see the University.
So our first impressions of Venezuela, and Caracas in particular, were good.
There is another little matter to talk about in regard to Venezuela, the country. The beauty of Venezuelan women is legendary! Venezuela has won more Miss World competitions (6 times) than any other country and is second to USA in the Miss Universe competitions (also won 6 ...
... had clearly seen better days. Although it possessed a large board-walk with locals hanging about playing dominoes, drinking beer and people watching, everything had a dilapidated feel. The area was clearly meant to support a large number of beach-goers, but instead there were maybe 15 people and lots of cats doing their best to fill up the vast space and make it look interesting.
Our prospects of finding a decent dinner that did not consist of fried food looked ...
... safety first then dashing off.
As is the norm you are flocked by guys trying to get you a taxi and I duly end up with a man mountain of a guy called mike who says he can sort out an official Taxi for 80 US dollars. It seemed expensive but despite trying to negotiate him down he wouldn't budge so I thought sod it I just want to get away from the chaos of the airport and dump my bags I agreed.
Should be fairly simple from here to ...