Puerto Viejo Airport Inn

Av. Ppal, Urb-Puerto Viejo, Catia La Ma, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Av. Ppal, Urb-Puerto Viejo, Catia La Ma, Caracas.
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Travel Blogs from Caracas

Our first farewells

A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Apr 15, 2014

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... was when we said goodbye to 11 of our contingent at a dinner in a nearby restaurant. It was a lot harder than I thought it would be. The next day Nat and I caught the metro into the city centre and wandered around for a few hours, checking out the museum of Simon Bolivar and other historical buildings before catching the metro back so we were safely inside before dark. Caracas isn't a city I feel the need to rush ...

Full day in Caracas

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Dec 28, 2012

... Palo Verde), with some very out of Caracas towns. Along the way, you get some really impressive views of the VAST areas of “ranchos” (shanty towns) and the incredible contrast of the richer, more affluent Caraqueños, and the extremely poor, who rob electricity, barely get by, etc. I was told that Caracas has the world’s largest shanty town; so large that it’s divided in up to about 16 or 17 different areas.

Later on in the evening ...

Tour time!!

A travel blog entry by cj1s17 on Mar 25, 2012

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... No big deal. Next stop Simon Bolivar's house. I suppose this is a must stop on any tour. I would say it was interesting, but you get a real sense of history traveling through some place that is so old. One of the interesting things to see in the trees is the Black Squirrels. I have never seen a black squirrel before, but they were all over the trees in downtown.

Next we tried to go to the cable car that ...

Jacobs Cream Caracas

A travel blog entry by jameshopkinson on Aug 03, 2011

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... somewhere before it went dark. The owners were Italian and told us not to be outside in Caracas after the sun went down. We happily got some water, sweets and had a couple of Arepas (pita bread type thing stuffed with whatever takes your fancy....in my case sausages and chicken salad) on the street for about a £1 each. It depends what exchange rate you use! We were working on 8 Bolivares Fuertes (B.F.) because that was the exchange rate we got in the last couple of places when we ...

Amazons and Angels (& Amadeus)!

A travel blog entry by carlier on Jun 08, 2011

2 comments, 59 photos

... a boat safari at night cruising around the flooded rainforest in total darkness with the noise of the jungle for company using flashlights to spot Boa Constrictors, Caiman, exotic colourful bird life and a large cute sleeping Sloth! The next day we had great fun feeding Pink Dolphins, I had never realised Dolphins were so numerous over 1000 miles from the ocean. These particular Dolphins are unique to the Amazonian region. Trekking through the jungle our guide Zacharias ...

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