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

      Trainers

      A travel blog entry by leemclennan on Dec 24, 2014

      Went for a walk round town with Tom and night some running trainers. Had a lie down as I didn't sleep well and wasn't feeling too great. Felt better in the evening and had a beer with Tom and Daniel and went for a pizza on the square with them. Another beer back at the hostel before ...

      Sucre - The White City

      A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Dec 12, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... typical little Bolivian restaurant, good food, so cheap (30 bolivianos - I actually felt like we robbed them). We then went inside the city's cemetery. It was such a beautiful place, the bodies are not buried but places in concrete towers. It is very different but this was not a morbid place, in fact, it is well documented that young people come here to "hang out". The entrance portrays a sign "HODIE MIHI CRAS TIBI" which is translated in Latin to "Today it's me, tomorrow it will be ...

      Cretaceous prints and Colonial columns

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Dec 11, 2014

      26 photos

      ... that as the footprints were formed before the formation of the Andes, they have since been pushed into a near vertical position by the mountain formation process. They have only been allowed to do tours of the cliff for the last few months, as the cement quarry still own the land, so we felt very privileged to get up so close to over 5000 dinosaur footprints. They comprise four types of tracks from giant sauropods to terrapods (like t-rex but with horns and even smaller ...

      For the love of animals

      A travel blog entry by getcracken on Nov 19, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... not as high as the other places I have been to (roughly 1200 meters up) and so the temperatures are far warmer (25 degrees roughly). We had quite a climb getting out from the quarry and the bikes were not in good nic at all. We rode for about 2 hours in all and yet again I was surrounded by the most spectacular scenery. The terrain was arid with burnt rock faces all about me, it looked like something out of the Karoo but with far larger mountains. When ...

      Desert by 4X4

      A travel blog entry by curto on Nov 03, 2014

      29 photos

      ... cruiser with, and my Spanish speaking guide. 3 Chileans, 2 of which spoke no English and some loved up couple that pretty much kept to themselves, but they were nice enough. Either way, it looked like I would have to be putting my limited Spanish to use, and I struck a deal with the guy that spoke a little English, we would speak Spanish in the mornings and English in the afternoons, needless to say there were limited conversations every morning.
      So as we set out past the ...