Yoss Castillo

Yoss Castillo

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    Orlando theme park advice needed

    If family trip, go to Magic Kingdom first. If with friends and want adventure, Islands of Adventure (wherr Harry Potter is located), Universal Studios and maybe Epcot (Disney) and do drinks around the world. If going with kids, Islands of Adventure might be boring since most of the rides have height restrictions, Magic Kingdom is great if going with kids. about 4 years ago

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    Will be in St. Petersburg visiting the Dali museum for one day in late August. Any recommendations for other things to do?

    Hello! Yes, Dali museum is a must while in St. Petersburg. The museum is in downtown, that area is a great option after 6pm or so, there are a lot of restaurants, art galleries, cafes, stores. Plus, you have The Pier that has an aquarium, more restaurants and stores and a great view from the top floor. Then you have beaches. Visit St. Pete Beach where the sunset is amazing too. Ft. De Soto park is great too to go to the beach or maybe a bbq by the beach or rides bikes. Close to St. petersburg, Tampa. If you have a car in town, drive from St Pete Beach to Clearwater (I actually like the beach in Clearwater better than St. Pete) and then get to Tampa. In Tampa you have Busch Gardens (which it's always fun with rollercoasters and animals). Hope you have a great time in St.Petersburg! over 5 years ago

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    What is the cheapest way to vist Universal Studios & Disneyland

    For both Disney World and Universal, you can get better prices if buying multi parks or multi days. In Universal, you have 2 parks and Disney World 4 theme parks plus water parks. In Disney, if staying at one of the Disney Resorts, you can also get extra Magic Hours, which let you stay longer at the parks (parks have different magic hours, ask at the hotel). Plus you can save parking lot if staying at one of the Disney Resorts since they have busses to the parks and DownTown Disney and it's very entertaining for the kids (The All Stars Hotels are the cheapest). Check out the web page for prices (disneyworld.disney.go.com/). Kids pay less than adults (10 years old +) almost 6 years ago

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    What is The good beach of Miami?

    Hi Mauricio! It all depends on what kind of beach you're looking for! If you want to have fun, party while enjoying the beach, South Beach is the answer! No doubt about it! But, visit it by 1st street (where Nikki Beach is located) for more fun. If you want to relax, North Beach is better for it, by Sunny Isles. Nearby you'll find a park named: Oleta River State Park which (you have to pay to enter) it has a very calm 'beach' plus you can also do some canoeing and kayaking which it's always fun! Also you can visit Ft. Lauderdale, Dania and Hollywood. They are few minutes away from Miami and they are great, relax and beautiful! Have fun in South Florida. about 6 years ago

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    Where to do kitesurfing in Venezuela?

    One of the best places to do kite surf (and windsurf) is at El Yaque Beach in Margarita Island. The place is gorgeous, has some nice hotels (with good prices), is safe to be around and you can also take a boat to go to Coche Island which it's gorgeous as well and great for kite surf. El Yaque is few minutes away from the international airport at the island. You can watch about Margarita Island and El Yaque beach here: http://ow.ly/2bXTi (the video is in Spanish, although has an interview to one kitesurfer about El Yaque in English. Adicora is beautiful as well! Here you can watch about Falcon State, where Adicora is located (in Spanish, sorry): http://ow.ly/29dJE over 6 years ago

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    how to exchange foreign currency in venezuela? Shall i use atm?

    Hello! We have a big problem in Venezuela, we have like 3 different rates. The safe one (but you won't get that much) is at the airport or hotel at an official exchange office. At the airport, there are a lot of people that are going to 'jump' at you asking if you want to exchange, I don't recommend you that, since they could have fake or take advantage of you, although there are a lot of people that do it and you will get more BsF. If you know someone who you can trust 100% try exchanging with that person since it's not the official rate and you can get more BsF. At the ATM, is secure, but you also will get the official rate. On the other hand, carrying with you cash is not that safe, try having some cash with you and leave other at a safe place at your hotel room. A lot of places (stores, restaurants...) they will accept credit cards as well. Not everywhere, so ask before. Venezuela is gorgeous, but you have to be careful! If need more information about Venezuela, let me know, I'll be happy to help you. www.accesototal29.blogspot.com almost 7 years ago

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    Madrid for 2 days

    Madrid is awesome and there are so many things you can do in 2 days. Visit 'La Latina' and try some tapas hopping plus a 'caƱa' (beer) and stroll among locals. Or just sit and relax at 'Plaza Mayor' with a 'sangria jar'. Another square you can visit: Santa Ana where there are some bars, a theater and restaurants. Take a walk by 'La Gran Via', 'Callao' and 'Sol' Lots of stores, bars and restaurants. Another day, you can take it for museums/art. From Atocha station you can walk to Reina Sofia museum (which it's my favorite) and then walk by Paseo del Prado and you'll pass by the Botanical Garden, El Prado museum (it's free on Sunday and I think after 6pm any other day), and then you'll see Neptune fountain in front of the Ritz. If keep walking by Paseo del Prado you'll get to 'Cibeles'. From there, you can visit El Retiro park passing by 'Puerta de Alcala' first. If have time and like football/soccer, don't forget to visit Bernabeu Stadium. Another option, visit Plaza de Oriente, the square by the Royal Palace. Have fun and enjoy Madrid! about 7 years ago

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    What are the best hotels or posadas in Isla Margarita?

    Oi! I would say it all depends on what you're looking for. As I always recommend, every time I go with friend to Margarita, we stay at El Yaque beach. It's far from the city, close to the airport. Gorgeous beach, you can take a boat to go to Coche Island (which it's amazing and relaxing). El Yaque is very windy, all of the hotels in the area (it's a very small town) are great and right in front of the beach. I'd say try Windsurf Paradise Hotel. This beach is great if you feel for a true getaway! Also, by Playa El Agua, there are some hotels. Never stayed there, but I've heard they are all good!. It's closer to the city. The beach is great too. There are a lot of restaurants across the shore. And in the city, closer to the stores and more attractions, staying in Pampatar or Porlamar are the best options. I've stayed at Bella Vista Hotel and as the name say, gorgeous view to the ocean. That one is in Porlamar. In Pampatar, never stayed but I've heard is great, Flamingo Beach Hotel. And of course, and international well known, Howard Johnson in Porlamar. I've stayed there too and it's a great option. Hope it helped you. If feel like getting to know more about Margarita and Coche, http://ow.ly/2ieh1 + http://ow.ly/2ieiQ over 7 years ago