Posada Los Bucares de Merida

Avenida 4 con Calle 15, Merida, Andes, 5101, Venezuela | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada Los Bucares de Merida

Reviewed by gringoquinns

Great location, clean rooms

Reviewed May 16, 2012
by (4 reviews) , Ecuador Flag of Ecuador

Nowhere is quiet in Merida (the streets are tiny and there is a constant flow of trucks all night) but this was the least noisy we found. Helpful staff and a nice, clean room.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Posada Los Bucares de Merida

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Merida

11. Mérida - the coldest city in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Oct 08, 2013

1 comment

... gradually more risqué jokes! Then it was nap time to keep us awake for the real lightning show later on. At about 5pm, we took the boats over to the other houses and gave each house some carrots, potatoes and onions. At each house someone came to the door with a bowl and we filled it. I was a bit overzealous with the potatoes early on and we ran out but Alan said he'd bring more for those people next time. The people were very appreciative and the kids were very cute - running ...

The middle of nowhere

A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes on Jun 21, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... we fell asleep in the most rustic lodging so far of our trip. In the morning we woke up early, ate warm arepas (like thick, dense pitas here) with the last of his cheese, and set off four more hours downhill via a wet path full of glistening rocks and deep caverns caused by water. When we reached the town of Mucunután, we walked for another hour or so until we could catch a bus back to Mérida. Sometimes it's amazing where human beings choose to live.

Day 3

A travel blog entry by tomascollins on Oct 13, 2012

8 comments, 1 photo

... people don't seem to be phased by much.

Ramon really went out of his way to help me; it was incredible really. He refused to take the money I offered him. I offered to give him the petrol money; he said it costs 50c to fill the tank in Venezuela! The only thing he asked was if I would teach Miguel some English, some cool phrases that he can use when they travel to Europe next year. That's the least I could do...

Was invited to go for a couple of beers with the ...

Living the good life

A travel blog entry by ellieberg on Mar 28, 2011

... enjoyed it.

It's been sooooo awesome to get to know so much more of the culture. I've been cooking a lot with Alberto and my family. I always feel like cooking now, which is weird haha. However, believe it or not, I still am getting used to certain aspects of the culture. Every now and then I get really frustrated with things. But, that's just normal!

Been thinking about all my friends and family so much. Miss and love you all!


A travel blog entry by pimpc on Nov 08, 2010

... who was the first person to land an airplane there with the intent of finding gold. I don’t know if he was successful or not, but--atta boy Jimmy.
The next day we headed back on the same river and did a different waterfall tour around Canaima. We went to one where you could literally walk behind it and feel it’s power. It was an amazing waterfall, but Angel Falls ruined it for me and probably every waterfall I’ll ever see again as my expectations are ...

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