Laja Real

Ave Andres Bello, Ciudad Bolivar, Guayana Highlands, 8001, Venezuela | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ciudad Bolivar


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... the bid to host the 2019
Panamerican games including free events, such as a big concert last night.
There were also fireworks in the Plaza though can’t find out why. The curious
fact about the building, other then it’s interesting Moorish style turret, is
the suspending of small mirrors in corners to keep bats away – apparently bat
droppings can damage the wood and are a pain to clean off the white ...

Named after stanley tools, wierd

A travel blog entry by paulcunningham


... father used) told us the history of the revolution and how the constitutions of Venezuela and Columbia were created there.

I didn't realise that so many British mercenaries were involved in the revolution against Spain and that the lands to the far east of Venezuela had been given to the British (Guyana) in payment.

It's nice to be on ...

Rolling in riches

A travel blog entry by holident

... the country. Venezuela appears quite developed in comparison to the rest of South America, immigration whilst tedious was well organised. The truck had to return to Brazil for additional paperwork before it was accepted into Venezuela. With our documentation in order we again stopped for people to change more money before heading to a supermarket to shop for 3 days of food. The supermarket was well stocked; ...

So much water!

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant


... Suooer was BBQ cicken all cooked and served by the guides and boatmen. Lights out at 8.30 with most people gratefully wrapped up in their hammocks. The guides lite candles and kepyt a watch all night, so there were no unpleasent suprises.

Breakfast and then back to the river from the 3 hour ...

Jacobs Cream Caracas

A travel blog entry by jameshopkinson


... how places seem to be. It is really the only place I actually felt unsafe throughout our entire trip. We were constantly being warned by people to be careful, not to be out after dark, not to go to certain areas. This wasn't other tourists having a moan or the word on the grapevine.....this was people who lived there every day. They knew it was a dangerous place.

Writing this just reminded me that after successfully changing our money. We were walking back to the hotel. ...


This hotel, located on Ave Andres Bello, Ciudad Bolivar, is near Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, Parque Central, Jardín Botánico, and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo.
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