Posada Parador de Los Pinos

Address: Km. 17, Vía La Culata, Merida, Andes, Venezuela | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km. 17, Vía La Culata, Merida.
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      Travel Blogs from Merida

      11. Mérida - the coldest city in Venezuela

      A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Oct 08, 2013

      1 comment

      ... guard on the window - so small and fluffy! The lightning is so frequent and bright that it is like someone is flicking a light switch on and off over and over again. It tends to start with sheet lightning before adding some huge bolts in. It is amazing to see. Once the rain stopped at about 1.30am we went round to the back of the house to watch the horizontal forks of lightning which usually happen in the same place at the same time after a decent storm. And there they ...

      Laguna Mucubaji

      A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jan 21, 2013

      ... and not being able to keep anything in my stomach; not even a small apple that I Ate around 7am or so that came right back out after 10 minutes or so. Apparently I had gotten “Mal de Paramo” (Paramo disease), or altitude sickness.

      I lived to fight another day, though, as we’ll see in the following entries. ;) (But what a ROUGH, rough night… the roughest of the trip and one of the roughest in my ...

      Small in size, big in fun

      A travel blog entry by gringoquinns on May 16, 2012

      16 photos

      ... floors of artisan goods, artwork, food and a local drink which contained raw eggs (complete with shell), oats, fruit, fish roe, alcohol and what looked like a really odd plum, which I later discovered - after drinking it - was a bull's eye. To be honest I think it was a drink for men, if you get my drift.

      The cable car wasn't working, so there's not actually loads to do in Merida if you're not doing something ...

      Merida and Los LLanos

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

      4 comments, 127 photos

      ... did not have a light bulb or mosquito nets, but she quickly forgot this when we shone our torch into the darkness and saw hundreds of caiman eyes glinting at us! Rancho Grande is the oldest camp in Los Llanos and is unique because of its proximity to the River Cao Guaratico, and its interconnecting rivers, all of which means that the camp sits right on the edge of a large, crocodile infested lake! We spent meal times sitting at the dining table watching the ...

      River Deep, Mountain High

      A travel blog entry by els_and_peter on Nov 25, 2009

      10 comments, 29 photos

      ... is bad news for Lisa's books) and a tendency to be overcast, which are par for the course in a cloud forest (the compensation for this is spectacular views of clouds rolling through the trees); and the occasional scorpion, such as the one I found under a pile of laundry in the bathroom, and evicted after trapping it under a glass (feeling slightly shaky afterwards). After spending the rest of the day filling in forms, the inspector declared himself satisfied and ...