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Viaduct Closed To Caracas, But How About to the Beaches in...

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Viaduct Closed To Caracas, But How About to the Beaches in...

Anyone:

From the Airport do I need to cross the Viaduct to get to Macuto or the beach towns East?

I know the towns were wiped out in '99 from the floods. Are they back in business?

I have emailed and faxed the Hotel Las Quince Letras and I am not getting any reply.

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1. Re: Viaduct Closed To Caracas, But How About to the Beaches in...

I traveled throughout all of Vargas state its fully functional. All roads East and West are in good condition. As long as you don't have to go to Caracas, Vargas state is working .As a matter of fact its much nicer since you don't have the Caracas crowd.

I went to a beautiful posada in Caruao, (eastern part of the state) called Aloe Spa, small, clean, right in front of the beach, Highly reccommended

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2. Re: Viaduct Closed To Caracas, But How About to the Beaches in...

Analangsdon:

Thanks for the info.

My buddy was wondering how the beach was in that area?

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3. Re: Viaduct Closed To Caracas, But How About to the Beaches in...

How long are you staying in Venezuela?

I haven't been to that area in a while but they were always amzing, it all depends on your standards, they are wild and beautiful but not nesesarity touristics...I'm sure there is a web site with pictures...

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4. Re: Viaduct Closed To Caracas, But How About to the Beaches in...

I will be staying in Venezuela for a month. Starting on Tuesday.

We will be staying in Catia La Mar for a day, then move on to Puerto La Cruz.

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