Shelter Suites

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

A funny thing about a paddle!

A travel blog entry by iancurtis on Aug 12, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... So we carefully, indeed very carefully, choose our taxi. As many of the more salubrious taxis seem to be here, our selection proves to be some enourmous Dodge van come Hummer affair, and looks like it could even be armoured. The doors close with a worring yet reassuring thunk. If we are attacked, it will take a while for our assailants to get us. If we are being kidnapped, we have no hope, and its 'bye bye, cruel World'! Whatever happens next is in the hands of (the) ...

Arrival in Venezuela

A travel blog entry by rogieroffers on Jul 05, 2011


... the airport in Macuto (probably staying there for two nights) in a simple hotel. My first impression is that the people I have met so far are friendly and helpful. Tomorrow I am going to check out the seaside and orient myself on local transportation and other practicalities in order to schedule more or less the upcoming weeks in Venezuela. Excursions and hikings to the Angel Falls, Roraima and the Orinoco delta are on my priority list.

Take care and till the next message.

The City of Love (Motels)

A travel blog entry by aborder on Mar 21, 2011

2 comments, 24 photos

... very good at!!

Grab my bag, ignore all the cries for taxis and set off on a walk. Surprisingly I head the right direction and after twenty minutes am at the subway stop. It's the equivalent of 10 US cents for one ride and I'm lucky that the place I want to stay at is a stop that connects two different lines.
Now this is where people might read and think, oh my isn't Caracas dangerous, why is he catching the subway? ...

Stats, Facts and the South American Car Pageant

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jul 04, 2010

1 comment, 18 photos

... at their stop. Yes? Well, these are the people in charge of Caracas Airport.

If there is a machine they can send you through before you go through the machine before you have your bags checked then they have it. If there is a queue you can join to reach another queue to be escorted from to be body scanned then they are policing it. If there is a more sinister face than the one they pull when, in answering their question of 'Where are you coming ...

Caracas, Tucucas and Caracas

A travel blog entry by joeandanna on May 21, 2010

... and then a bit higher still. Having arrived in the dark (due to very delayed flight from Margarita), we ate dinner and went straight to bed.

The next day we awoke to the most wonderful view, panoramic wonder. It was then we realised just how high up the mountain we had come. So high in fact that we realised we were sitting above the clouds. Joe´s family arrived in the early afternoon and we set off to a small village further up the mountain where we had lunch and went on ...

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