Nevada Palace

Address: Calle 24 entre Av. 5 y 6 Nro. 5-45, Merida, Andes, 5101, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 24 entre Av. 5 y 6 Nro. 5-45, 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

        ... it was fine. We also ate some soft shell crab that Alan bought from a fisherman in the middle of lake Maracaibo earlier in the day. Delicious. We all had an early night to make up for the lack of sleep during the lightning and next morning enjoyed copious amounts of coffee and a 2 course brekkie. We could get used to this! On our way back to Mérida centre we all stopped at a typical Andean village called Jaji (ha-hee) and took some pictures. We then carried on a bit further ...

        A day of adventure

        A travel blog entry by holident on Apr 13, 2013

        1 comment

        ... experience in Wales.

        The third waterfall was the tallest, at a height of 35m. Peering over the top, I couldn't see the bottom. As I disappeared over the edge it seemed I was going to be dry abseiling to the side of it. However, halfway down the waterfall split & I was hit with a face full of water. Onwards, it became very difficult to keep my footing on the rocks as the water had made them extremely slippery. With water bouncing off the rock into my face, ...

        Small in size, big in fun

        A travel blog entry by gringoquinns on May 16, 2012

        16 photos

        ... wind, so off Gav goes, bunny hopping his way off the cliff whilst I watch in awe as he soars through the skies. Finally, my turn. The take off is simple, you just run and jump (perhaps I have some dormant suicidal tendencies?) and then we're off, steering our way against the strong winds, ducking and diving, turning and dropping and...uh oh. It feels quite like turbulence actually. And I'm not a good flyer. So after ...

        Crossing the Border to Venezuela

        A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Sep 01, 2011

        3 photos

        ... border city of Cucuta, again well preserved by the frigid aircon. Cucuta was described as a scruffy place, and from the looks of it, that may well be accurate. Fortunately, most suspicious characters apparently like to sleep in, so we weren't harassed too much at all. Equally convenient was that despite the horribly early hour, the casas de cambio (exchange bureaus) at the bus station were already open. Trading in Venezuelan currency is clearly big in this city, and we had ...

        Merida and Los LLanos

        A travel blog entry by james.tash on Mar 03, 2011

        4 comments, 127 photos

        ... Mata-Mata. More circling excitingly revealed pink dolphins which randomly jumped out of the water so we just got a view of their nose, back and dorsal fins.

        Further down the river our guides pulled the boat close to a caiman on the shore and before we really knew what they were doing, slipped a lasooed rope over its neck and dragged it to a nearby tree where they tied its jaws. One of the guides, Ken, then lifted up the poor caiman and let some of our ...