Posada La Montana

Address: Calle 24 no. 6-47, Merida, Andes, 2004, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 24 no. 6-47, Merida, is near Chorros de Milla Zoo, Los Aleros, Plaza Bolívar (Merida), and Parque Beethoven.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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    11. Mérida - the coldest city in Venezuela

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Oct 08, 2013

    1 comment

    ... We settled in and unpacked a bit. Then some local children came over with a box of snail shells to sell. Alan is very respected in the village as he does a lot for them (bringing food etc) and so he was able to explain to the kids that they should try to do some crafts rather than sell what were once living creatures. But he said we would come the next day to buy something. We had a few more beers (we were a like-minded group!) and then a delicious parilla (grilled meat) ...

    The middle of nowhere

    A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes on Jun 21, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... s nothing to do, we shared Pedro's favorite pastime, dominoes. He taught us how to play the simple game we see so many locals around here playing.
    We played dominoes for hours before retiring to our frigid room where we bundled up in all the clothing we brought, covered our bunk beds with layers of blankets to hopefully ward off possible bed bugs, and huddled together for warmth. We lit the last of our candle, read a little to each other, and ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by tomascollins on Oct 13, 2012

    8 comments, 1 photo

    ... black market in currency exchange as it's illegal for Venezulan's to bring foreign currency into the country - a government measure aimed at trying to curb inflation).

    Anyways, flew through check-in and security (very relaxed compared to the European and American suspicious man-handling that happens). All I had to do now is wait for my flight. 40 minutes before departure the ticker read "El Vigia 0922 - delayed - 10:20". Grand, I'll get some coffee. Did some surfing ...

    Living the good life

    A travel blog entry by ellieberg on Mar 28, 2011

    ... excited for those!

    Two weeks ago I went with Alberto to his hometown, Barinas. First we went to his uncle's farm, which is basically a second home they built where the whole family gets together. It is absolutely gorgeous. We spent just two days there and then went to Alberto's house. Meeting his family was a lot of fun. They are great people! We hung out with his mom and grandma for almost a week, seeing movies, going out to eat, cooking...ect. ...


    A travel blog entry by pimpc on Nov 08, 2010

    ... the outright middle of ******* nowhere, so standing in the blaring hot sun or oxygen depraved bus were our only two options. The only thing to be seen for miles was the two lane highway we were stuck on, with absolutely no concept of where we were actually at in the country.
    After about two and half hours of waiting, a car with our driver (that I never knew left), pulled up with the original part and some random heavy duty tapes and glue. He spent about 30 minutes putting ...