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

    Travel Blogs from Merida

    11. Mérida - the coldest city in Venezuela

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Oct 08, 2013

    1 comment

    ... Mantis eating a butterfly and it was quite a group effort to get the perfect shot but we got it! Alan said he has never seen that before so he was really excited. We also saw a small Caiman (well-spotted by Kes) and another otter (well, we heard it plop behind us!) We're definitely developing a new interest in birds/butterflies, but don't worry, we're not full on birdwatchers yet. We stopped off for a swim in the lake on our way back and then had a fish lunch, ...

    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

    ... in the traffic; trying to impress each other and the girls perched on the back seats. Defiant young men who wear their helmets on their elbows while hurtling through rush-hour traffic; if rumbled by the policia the helmets are quickly drawn onto their heads until the coast is clear.

    Finally, we made it to my B&B which was difficult enough to find in the cloudy darkness. Oops! I forgot to inform them that I was arriving today... no hassle; this is a very relaxed ...

    Merida and Los LLanos

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

    4 comments, 127 photos

    ... flooded up to 1 meter and becomes more of a wetland. We visited in the dry season where the plains are dry with numerous pools of water where the animals and birds congregate, so it is ideal for spotting wildlife.

    On our tour we were lucky to share the experience with a nice group of people; Tina (a German journalist) and her boyfriend Rudolph, Shannon and Sam (Australian couple, both engineers) Andoula (Swedish student studying in Merida) Aude (French ...


    A travel blog entry by pimpc on Nov 08, 2010

    ... of Canaima as the next jumping off spot for The Falls. I was ecstatic to be on a 4 seat plane that usually dominates the plane crash headlines, but the dude behind me puking the whole time obviously felt much more passionate about it. The view was stunning, and we obviously made it there safely.
    The town itself was really cool. There was a beach with sand on a river, and massive waterfalls in your view. I’d never seen anything like it. We then headed on a 100 km, 3 ...