Residencial Ikandire

calle sucre # 51, An oasis just one block from the Main Square, Santa Cruz, 591, Bolivia | B&B
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This B&B is located on calle sucre # 51, An oasis just one block from the Main Square, Santa Cruz.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidencial Ikandire Santa Cruz

Reviewed by beccamac

Close to the square - and that's what you're paying for

Reviewed Jan 31, 2014
by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

Not really knowing what was around the square it seemed a good location. I'm not convinced that the square needs multiple visits so could easily stay further away at similar accommodation for a cheaper price or, even better for a place like Santa Cruz, pay the same price and have more facilities.

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Reviewed by lewnwdc

Uncomfortable Beds & Bizzarre Bathroom

Reviewed Jan 16, 2014
by (6 reviews) Washington DC , United States Flag of United States

Low-cost budget hotel/hostel with a good location near the main city square (September 24 Plaza). Rooms are spartan with not-so-comfortable beds and bizarre bathrooms with no separate shower; the showerhead sticks out of the wall into the little bathroom, so everything gets wet when you shower. Shower has electrical wires sticking out of it! Air-conditioning worked well thankfully.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Residencial Ikandire Santa Cruz

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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz de la Sierra

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Jan 16, 2014

46 photos

I saw the main plaza, church, park, and zoo during my stopover today in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia's largest city (population 1.1 million; full city name translates to "Holy Cross of the Hills").

After flying in early this morning from La Paz, a taxi dropped me off at 9:03 a.m. at my lodging for the day, Residencial Ikandire – …

Brazil to Bolivia Road Trip

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on Jul 24, 2014

... and the first song that we hear is Shanniah Twain. It turns out to be a continuous interesting choice of songs. But, it's a good night and all of the Bolivians love the old classics. Back at the hostel, an English guy has a heap of weed, so we smoke a few joints and relax. He is travelling with the weed, to sell along the way and subsidize his spendings. Me personally, would not be crossing the Bolivian border with a bag of marijuana, but good luck to him, if he doesn't get ...

Potosi, Sucre y Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by bignatiev on Mar 16, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... t believe our awesome European dance moves, it was a great night. What was not so great was the flight we were supposed to take to La Paz an hour after we got back from the club. Somehow we made it to the right airport and sat around the locals in the departures lounge still drunk and covered in ridiculous green clothes in anticipation of the fast approaching St Patrick's day. Despite our state we marvelled at the lack of security in Bolivia, after checking Ben and Schnitzel's (I'm ...

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A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 17, 2013

... really interesting to hear what they had to do and also amazing. It sounded tough because they had to decide what children got a scholarship for school and mothers would cry to them desperate to get on the programme so they could leave the mines. So Potosi used to be one of the richest cities in the world back in the 16th century due to the silver mining. When the Spanish came they exploited the natives and later slaves in the mines. Some would never see the light of day it was that ...

Sunny sunny Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Nov 13, 2013

... my shorts and struggled for about 10 mins with my window that refused to open. Luckily the one in front did otherwise im sure I would have fainted! One by one, in a kind of truck/bus shuffle we got moving, but were obviously behind schedule. Then at about 10am we stopped at a weird checkpoint and had to all get off. The army were doing some sort of check, but by no means did anybody make it clear what was going on! So Georgie and I were just ...