Hotel Cumberland Maracaibo

Address: Calle 86 A No 4 150, Maracaibo, Northwest Venezuela, 0150, Venezuela | 3 star hotel
 
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      Crossing into Colombia

      A travel blog entry by reframed.abroad on Apr 08, 2014

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      ... was sure that I would lose some dollars on the way. However it was not as bad as expected. We went through 5 military checkpoints on the Venezuelan side were we either had to unpack our bags so the soldiers could check our belongings or present our passport. Surprisingly the soldiers were all friendly and curious but none of them asked me for money or gave me a special gringo treatment. This part was not a problem. Unfortunately the car broke ...

      Vergacion

      A travel blog entry by richyallum on Jul 09, 2013

      7 photos

      This is known by people in Venezuela as being a hot city so I was preparing for the worst. The heat wasn´t too bad after all I thought as we walked to the car. Unfortunately the air-conditioning was working quite as well as it should have been and I started to sweat.

      We drove from the airport in the south of the city to the north where we would be staying stopping at many traffic lights along the way. At each one people were selling all kinds ...

      Bienvenidos a Venezuela

      A travel blog entry by arango on Sep 25, 2012

      27 photos

      ... in awe. An 1150 is not only a big bike here, its a bigger engine than most cars, so the size of the engine is the most common question we are asked. I've learned to say mil cientos cincuenta, very well:-)

      I wasn't sure what to expect of Venezuela, but to begin the roads are horrible. My first thoughts within the first mile of the border were, I hope all the roads are not like this. And yet, the pot holes, small, large, ...

      Busing it to Venezuela.

      A travel blog entry by davelauren on Feb 03, 2012

      ... is that you get an exchange rate of around 4 peso to the dollar with cash withdrawals at the ATM. The alternative is to change money on the black market and get around 7 peso to the dollar, hence our decision for the black market.

      Once in Venezuela there are police check points every 50km's or so. They pretty much act like immigration officials, ...

      Crossing the border stress and loco ciudads

      A travel blog entry by sarahhorley on Dec 21, 2009

      3 comments, 4 photos

      Venezuala! New country, new week. We arrived in Venezuala yesterday, after a very hectic border crossing, probably one of the most loco we have experienced so far in our travels - i suppose there are a lot more people wanting to cross borders in South America compared to people who want to cross borders in Central America.After a lot of hustling at the border of Colombia, we decided to share a taxi with three other colombians across the border and into the nearest ...