Playa Grande Caribe Hotel & Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Hotel bat mir an zu Schwarzmarkt Preis von 1€ = 500 Bolivares zu wechseln. Dieses Angebot nahm ich natürlich an. Am Abend rief mich der Hotelbesitzer zu sich ins Büro und beim Betreten lag auf dem Tisch einen riesigen Geldberg. Das Geld war in Bündeln zu je 5000 Bolivares aufgetürmt. Vor mir lagen 50'000 Bolivares deren Anblick schon an Bilder von Drogenbosse die mit ihrem Geld protzten erinnerte. Ich musste mir zuerst mal überlegen wo ich im ...
... need if my checked luggage were lost (not an uncommon occurrence for me) and was confident I had everything I needed but at check-in, they wouldn't allow me to check my guitar. Every other airline I have flown with would not allow me to carry the guitar on because it would not fit in the overhead bins. This airline wouldn't check it because it was too fragile and they would be liable if it were damaged. So she made me check both of my suitcases (she did overlook ...
... away from politics and crime but somehow without me even asking he inadvertently strays back into its territory, it forms so much of what Caracas represents today.On the way we pass several huge “barrios” or slums much like Brazil's favelas,this image I have seen time and again in South America so it does not come as a shock to me which seems to be a relief to Gerardo, he has something less to explain.The hotel is in the business district,which Gerardo says is ...
Our journey started on the 28th when we tried to get our bus ticket to the coast. Long story short, no seats available until January. At least that's what we could work out with our limited Spanish. We tried three different bus terminals one of them being an experience on its own. People everywhere, cars everywhere, no English anywhere and no one able to help. When we went to bed we had the feeling that we were going to be ...
... depressing Hotel Miramar Suites. We were warned not to step foot outside of our hotel in Caracas (since Chavez's inception in 99, Venezuela's homicide rate has more than tripled to 67 victims per 100,000...more than 13 times the U.S. rate in 2010), as the town has a new pastime - shooting the police - we suppressed our innate desire to 'go native', and dined at the hotel. It was a eye - and **** - opener and was a sad indicator of Venezuela's lack ...