Hostal Colon 220

Address: Colon 220, Sucre, Bolivia | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Sucre

    It's not everyday you get locked in a church...

    A travel blog entry by kristymay86 on Aug 27, 2015

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    ... by a leisurely walk down to Simon Bolivar Park to see the Bolivian version of the Eiffel Tower. Then on to some history at Casa de la Libertad with a guided tour and viewing Bolivia's Declaration of Independence from 1825. At our guide's suggestion we headed to a church with a great viewing terrace and our lost in translation moment occurred. On entering the church we understood that it would be closing in 20 minutes and we should be quick. However after descending from the terrace ...


    A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on May 14, 2015

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    ... and therefore this could not be relied upon on.

    So we just had to find her.

    It took just over an hour when a sweating and quite worried Ian spotted her bang in the middle of the plaza - 25 metres from were we lost her. Phone in hand, google maps app open, purposely striding 180 degrees in the wrong direction to that of the hotel. Martin Holden - you should be ashamed of yourself.

    Sucre has a lot of Dinasour history. It actually has the World's ...


    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 06, 2015

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    ... has to be paid in effectivo, cash, including the hotel and the fuel, if you can get any. We hire a taxi for half a day (about 15 euros), to bring us to the Parque Cretacico on one side of the city and to a lookout point on the other side of town. The taxi driver brings his young son, who does not have to go school today. The kid looks out the window as you see many kids do in cars and busses, they don't use children seats or safety belts here. The Parque Cretacico is ...

    Sucre the city in white, ruler of the potatoe

    A travel blog entry by birck82 on Apr 17, 2015

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    ... And yes we walked. Because it is less than 2 km, easy right! Keep forgetting that altitude thingy. Just go in there an takes your breath away immediately. And we are not even at the same high altitude as potosi. But potosi did state to be the highest city of the world. Getting to the white colonial buildings you slowly start to see, how different things are here. They are pretty and it feels much safer. A smile is plastered on my face, when we continue to be greeted and ...

    Desert daze

    A travel blog entry by vero_jerome on Apr 13, 2015

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    ... 8230;I remember saying it’s only 1.5km, no need to get a taxi ! . Yes but the hardest bloody 1.5km of our lives…turns out the bus terminal is in a valley, and our hostel was on top of a hill. It would have been hard under normal circumstances, but in this altitude it was an absolute killer…a lot of swearing was going on that night ! On the plus side, the beer on arrival never tasted better :)

    We spent 2 ...

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