Eurobuilding Hotel and Suites Caracas
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After a long flight via Lima in Peru I arrived at Caracas Maiquetia airport. Right away you could feel the Caribbean as when leaving the plane I was struck by a heatwave. I got into a cab and went to my hotel the Radisson Eurobuilding in Caracas. We were stuck in a traffic jam for over an hour and finally I got to my hotel. I just unpacked, ate in …
... behind them because the more you know about what you are getting yourself into the better. I would tell the voters to make sure that they get to know what they can about their candidates before actually voting. See if they have experience and make sure that any past experiences ended positively. Try to determine whether you think they could handle the highs and lows that go along with being president.
Written by Jessica Caldwell
... us to a room inside a market area. There was nothing in the room other than a desk. This activity is illegal, however, most people do it. But if you were caught by the police it would be an arrestable offense.....and so we had to do it inside somewhere and out of the way. We followed the men cautiously but also confidently......we didn't want to be taken for a ride. But it wasn't much money we wanted changing anyway. With the larger amounts of money hidden on our person we ...
... etc. My bus to Maracaibo is at 8pm so I have around 6 hours of exploring to do and one slice of pizza to find, sob sob. I head to the subway and make my way to Plaza Bolivar. It's a pretty easy starting point, furthest west of where I want to be and that way I can walk back through a long park to make my way back to love motel. Before I got to the Plaza, I took a wrong turn out of the subway and ended up in the middle of what I ...
... we get approached really fast by a guy who insists on being our amigo straight away. He tries to arrange a hotel with one of his friends, but they are all fully booked. We also keep searching and find some form of a tourist office, still open. She calls Hotel Santiago (we looked it up on the internet before we left) and they have a room free, but the road there is closed due to heavy rains. Luckily for us, 10 minutes later we get the news that the road is open again!
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet