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

3.00 of 5 stars Good

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 – …

Cruisin' with Santa

A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 26, 2014

18 photos

... the test. Back in Itacare, the lesbians had shown me this nifty little spice wallet they had. Exactlylike one of those black CD wallets that unzips and opens like a book except inside this had elastic to hold bottles of herbs and spices like the ones you get in supermarkets. Missing my 'spice fridge' and finding the prospect of having to buy and carry around ****** little bags of spice which will undoubtedly go all over my stuff, I want one of these! They told me ...

Why Did The Horse Cross The Road?

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on Mar 16, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... a huge cheer went up from the Bolivians- the rescue bus had arrived!! Not far from being 24 hours after the crash we were all on board, had safely passed Bolvian customs and fallen asleep, deep in our relief...

...that was until morning, when we all woke up starving hungry and with no sign of the bus stopping! The bus shook from left to right as it passed over pot hole after pot hole. The hours crawled by. There was no sign of civilization out ...

Flying LPB-VVI

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Jan 16, 2014

37 photos

My flight from La Paz to Santa Cruz de la Sierra went smoothly on a Bolivian airline. I'm relieved to be down at 1,300 feet now after departing from 13,000 feet!

Got up at 5:11 a.m. after 90+ minutes of middle-of-the-night insomnia. I feel awful – strong headache and no energy. My stomach is a bit unsettled. I’m so glad to be descending from this massive altitude in a couple hours. Every night of sleep in La Paz was horrendous.

My taxi departed ...

Going back in time to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by humpooper on Nov 26, 2013

10 photos

... 3weeks! They consisted of - hello, goodbye, thank you, the bill and two. No awards coming my way. Thank ******** has a better ear than I do! I was told by a half Bolivian friend that this country is like taking a step back in time, as we venture further into the heart of Bolivia we are seeing more traditional dressed Bolivians than in westernised clothes. In Brazil the woman dressed quite skimpily, so this is a marked change. It's all a bit odd... The woman seem to ...