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

    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 ...

    Conclusion of the Airplane story!

    A travel blog entry by colleen.c-jayne on Jun 29, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... my turn to apply for the visa the police officer behind the counter said, "American?"

    I looked at him with apprehension, hoping he would not ask too many questions and replied as if I needed some affirmation that I was in fact American, "¿Sí?"

    "160 dólars," he said without even making eye contact. He simply held up a small, torn piece of paper with "$160" written on it. It was obviously meant to help me understand what he was saying.

    I paid him and ...


    A travel blog entry by helen_rae on May 08, 2015

    5 photos

    ... town. We found this amazing market that sold everything with a foodcourt upstairs. All of the food stalls sold similar dishes and Kate even tried cows stomach although she wasn't that keen. We also found these smoothie stalls that had the biggest array of fruits I have ever seen and you could basically pick as many fruits as you liked and the lady made them into a smoothie for you. It was ridiculously cheap (like 45p cheap) and once we'd finished our glass ...


    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 06, 2015

    27 photos

    ... laughing, playing. Their schooluniforms clean and neat in white, blue and red. Wonderful faces, darker than in Santa Cruz or Campo Grande, dark hair. Enormous late colonial style buildings around the palm shaded plazas and along the streets. Square and straight in the center and winding up the hills further out. GPS Nav directs us straight to the central plaza where we find two parking spots. Pay when you come back. The first people we meet are Municipal Helpers, ...

    Desert daze

    A travel blog entry by vero_jerome on Apr 13, 2015

    227 photos

    ... getting out of our comformt zone a bit, but we were also very apprehensive………as it turned out though, a lot of the stories we heard were exaggerated. Here is an overview of what people tell you upfront, and what our experience was :

    1) The toilets are a disaster. Our experience : Well, let’s just say some of them don’t deserve the name toilet. Hole in the ground would be more accurate ;) ...