Pestana Caracas Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the town won’t hit me back! I’d hate to go home wearing a cast because of some crazy driver!
We’re here to look into something Nixon did while he was still vice president. During the time of the Cold War Nixon traveled all over trying to gain support for America. One of his trips brought him to Caracas, Venezuela. When he arrived Anti American protesters threw bottles and rocks at his ...
... Venezuelan wedding, there were two stages first the civil ceremony registering the marriage and then the church part. Weddings here are at night and in winter, brides are not a fan of getting hot and sticky in their dresses, like us Brits. Starting at 6pm it meant that everyone had the whole day to get ready and everyone goes all out for it. Salon appointments for the ladies nails being done and the big hair do's plus the men go collect ...
... is tired as well as my head. Tomorrow would be a long day, I only have enough cash left for a slice and pizza and no drink, so will need to keep myself occupied to get through the day and somehow get my way to Colombia. Why do I have a shortage of money, well, I've changed all my US dollars, changed them on the black market but have worked out after hostel, buses, taxes leaving Venezuela and a truck ride over the Colombian border, ...
... vila, the national park and mountain that separates Caracas from the Caribbean coastline. All was going well until I entered the cloud at the top. I couldn't see anything but white fog. Despite my Lonely Planet guidebook boasting about the excellent views of Caracas and the Caribbean, I simply bought a can of some weird Irn Bru type drink, and quickly descended again.
Next I entered El Centro Historico to see the sites, Simon ...
anyone misguided enough to come here voluntarily is welcome to contact me and, if I cant talk you out of it, I will be pleased to assist you in any way I can...its a beautiful country, shame about the shambolic way its being run!
I have lived in Caracas for the last 17 years.. for my sins!!
Its best to travel in a group of at least 6 people ...