Plaza Catedral

Boulevard Plaza Bolivar, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel

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A funny thing about a paddle!

A travel blog entry by iancurtis


... Fortunately, and as one might have already concluded, we arrived safely at the hotel. In our desperation and in response to the extortion being practiced by the majority of the better hotels, the smaller and more reasonable ones having been booked out, we splashed out for a night at a 'nice' hotel with a 'special offer' available. We sneak past security and check in, mindful of our somewhat dishevelled and travel stained appearance. Do they have hot water, we ...

Food tour of the city of green and light

A travel blog entry by charlotte


... people at this wedding , poeple sitting under a covered terrace eating, drinking champagne, wine, and traditional to serve whiskey with soda on the tables. I absolutely adored the seafood from a cocktail glass , classy! After a lot of cheese and houe-doorves, the main meal was served I had no room left for it, then at a little after midnight soup was served everyone was eating it so I thought why not, could help with lessening the effects of ...

The City of Love (Motels)

A travel blog entry by aborder

This is a top pick!

... have questioned my visit to Caracas, but at the end of the day, one needs to make up their own mind. Yes it may be dangerous, but isn't London, Paris and New York dangerous? With both bags strapped to my body, I happily watched one packed subway go by, but unlike Sao Paulo, I boarded the next one. As ever, I received some interesting looks/stares and after 5 stops it was time to get off. I'm staying in an area called Sabana ...

Chavistas, Criminals and some Colonial Buildings

A travel blog entry by alex.dbarnes


... needed decline in poverty levels, this has come at the expense of democratic freedom, open public discourse and the ability of people from different economic backgrounds to coexist peacefully. Through Chavez's domination of the media, people now see those who disagree with the leader, not as fellow citizens to debate with, but rather as enemies to be crushed. The rich and dwindling middle classes are dismissed and dehumanised as "oligarcas" ...

Caracas, Tucucas and Caracas

A travel blog entry by joeandanna

... home to tiny Sahara sand dunes, three hours away. It was nice, probably spent a couple of days too much there but it allowed us to return to Caracas the following weekend for another couple for days with Joe's family.

Upon our return, Joe's uncle gave us a really interesting tour of the city and a ton of background on Venezuela, it was so nice to get some insider knowledge and gave us a great insight to some of the politics of Venezuela.

Food: Food in ...


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