Las Torres Hostal

Address: San Alberto No.19, Sucre, 335, Bolivia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on San Alberto No.19, Sucre.
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    Travel Blogs from Sucre

    Harry Nearly Gets Eaten by a Plastic Dinosaur

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Nov 07, 2015

    ... of dinosaur tracks in that cliff face over there.'

    Fifty years later, they decided to cash in on the dinosaur crazy generation that had been created by the 1993 film Jurassic Park.

    'Let's open a museum and call it 'Jurassic Park'' said the mayor of Sucre.

    'No can do, Spielberg will sue the woolly hats of us.' cautioned the town's lawyer.

    'Erm, I have an idea.' added the paeleantology geek. 'Given that the ...

    Sucre-the Madrid of Bolivia...& feisty old ladies!

    A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Oct 13, 2015

    32 photos

    ... to give up on the front gate's bell... And he had a room for us! For half the price of next door AND with a private bathroom... AHWOOHOO. Granted it didn't have a pool and was no doubt more basic than next door, but it was cute and cosy all the same with a quaint courtyard in the middle for chilling out... Relieved to have landed on our feet, our heads landed even more quickly on the pillows... Time for a LONG sleep. Zzzzzzzzzzz.

    OH WOW, did we ...

    On Reality and Returning

    A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Oct 02, 2015

    7 photos

    ... in Vipassana, and built the realest-feeling community I have found so far on this trip. Bolivia has been a beautiful friend to my soul. When I come home in December, I know that life won't always look like this (though I do have the full intention of investing in a hammock). Things will change, I will find a job, and return to "real life." But this journey reminds me what really living means. Singing songs on our hostel porch while watching lighting storms ...

    Back to school in Sucre...

    A travel blog entry by thaila_frank on Sep 29, 2015

    2 comments, 95 photos

    ... We asked around and were told to just knock on a wooden gate next to the church. The door did not say Entry or anything else to recognize it. It just had a little sign next to it on which was written: “San Filippe”. When we got there and knocked the door was indeed opened by a young girl. We paid B$15 to her mother and were allowed to walk up the stairs that led us to the roof of the church. What an amazing view! And What an amazing roof.. Wow! It ...

    A week of studies

    A travel blog entry by colleen.c-jayne on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... the capitol building. The history around the government is very convoluted and difficult for me to follow, but to my understanding this is the current status of the government: Sucre is the constitutional capital of Bolivia but about 100 years ago La Paz became the largest and wealthiest city and they basically wanted control over the entire country. There was a brief civil war that led to the Executive and Legislative branches of government to move from Sucre to ...