Eurobuilding Hotel and Suites Caracas
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... we cross town to El Hatillo, the only part of town still retaining its colonial history and which is still quite safe. All in all, Caracas, proves to be a pleasant and nice pace, treated with caution. Two days passes quickly. On the second night we reluctantly downgrade to a hotel near the airport for our 4.30am start to the airport. Narrowly avoiding being scammed by our luxury hotel porter and Tonto, his taxi driver cohort who, with a flourish of a grimy laminated ...
... in full on the net, after reading it I thought sometimes it's better not to know some things!
I had a wonderful welcome by Naylin at the airport and we drove through Caracas past some 'barrios' (very poor areas) and straight into her big wedding preparations for a dress fitting at the designer, that same evening we got to her church for the practice and then I had the pleasure of trying my first 'arepa', food is going to ...
... got myself ready to venture out and find a rooftop bar called 360 degrees. It has some great views of the city and was all the energy I had for this evening. Another subway ride later and a short walk and I'm in a very old elevator climbing to the top of a hotel. It was a pretty posh bar but was very empty, I found myself a corner and ordered a BG cocktail, melon and tequila. The views were amazing!
It's funny, ...
... I arrived in the afternoon of Wednesday 2nd March but due to serious traffic it took almost 3 hours to get to Los Palos Grandes, a wealthy and beautiful area in the north of the city. Caracas has expanded 10fold since the 1950s, but the roads have not. There is only one main road connecting Caracas with the international airport and the Northern coastline, hence serious congestion during rush hour and on holidays.
I'm staying with my ...
... only night in Caracas. This wasn’t before I managed to snap the shower head off the wall in our formerly swanky hotel room and then found that my mosquito repellent had burst in my bag on the flight and actually MELTED my toilet bag. Good start!!!! After seeing that, I have reservations of putting that petrol anywhere near my body on this trip! I'll just take my chances with the malaria!
So we took in our ...