Shelter Suites

Address: Av. Libertador, Caracas, Central Venezuela, Venezuela | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Caracas

Full day in Caracas

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Dec 28, 2012

... fountains and finally a statue of (who else), Bolivar. You see Bolivar and Chavez EVERYWHERE in Caracas. And pro-Chavez people are constantly attributing all of the advances in the city to Chavez. It’s always “Chavez did that” or “Chavez built us that” or “Chavez gave us that”. I can’t imagine what he would do if he had some ministers or mayors for each district or what not.

After El Calvario I ...

A funny thing about a paddle!

A travel blog entry by iancurtis on Aug 12, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... a Jonah for us.. So here we are. Stranded without hotel, without Bolivars and without plan, in the city we have been told to avoid like the proverbial plague! And all because of Paddle! Paddle, however, has his excess baggage fare paid and gets to accompany Kim back to the UK. We, however, spend a day of trying to get onto the waitlist for successive flights to Columbia, fail dismally, as it would appear our bribe is not as substantial as other customers', and finally ...

OH MY POOR ARSE

A travel blog entry by trolibus on Aug 09, 2011

... BUS RIDE TO THE BORDER OF COLUMBIA. THE OVERNIGHTS ARE BEST SINCE YOU SAVE ON HOTEL. THE BUSES ARE CONFY WITH FULLY RECLINING SEATS. MY LANDING AT THE AIRPORT WAS THE HAIRIEST YET. WE FLEW BY IT THEN DID A HARD UTURN AND QUICKLY DROPPED SEVERAL THOUSAND FEET TO LAND. IT WAS A FUN RIDE THOUGH. ...

Our hotel

A travel blog entry by donald23 on Dec 05, 2010

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In the meantime we meet a German couple who are stranded as well. We decided to share a taxi and go to Hotel Santiago together. There we find a nice atmosphere, a friendly guy at the desk and a clean room. Time for some sleep, since this has been a tiresome and long day!

The next day is relaxing. And getting information about our surroundings. We find out that in Venezuela there is a really low exchange rate, set by the government. And a florishing ...

Wowser!

A travel blog entry by lexysiepel on Oct 06, 2010

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... the same time. Qute scared to leave the hotel on my own but might go for a walk now...

Money is a nightmare here though - its mad. Canīt get dollars, AMTs give you a ridiculous rate of exchange for Bolivars, have to have all your dollars before you come so you can change on the black market (didnīt realise that or want to carry so much cash!) Anyway iīm sure it will get sorted.

Ok, better be off now. Write soon ...

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