Apart-Hotel Anteus

Av. Potosi # 1365, Cochabamba, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Potosi # 1365, Cochabamba, is near Palacio Portales, Museo Arqueologico de la Universidad, and Valle Alto.
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    Travel Blogs from Cochabamba

    I say Cocha. You say....?

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... time the driver motions to me that I should put my seatbelt on. Perhaps he reckons the copper won't like it. I turn around. Obviously there isn't one. I looked at the driver as if to say, nothing I can do about it mate. So, he waves at me to get out. Him and the Trufi drive off into the distance.

    There I am on the edge of a dual carriage way, with no map, there's no shops around, no people, other than the copper, who I figure is probably best ...

    Parque de Toro Toro

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 17, 2014

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... The good life we would think, beats trying to battle it out in the dirty city. The scenery was also amazing and we drove through canyons and various coloured mountains. Toro Toro is at an altitude of 2700 meters and is known for its caves and dinosaur footprints, some of which are on steep angles due to the uplift of the tectonic plates. After a very noisy 5 hour drive we arrived in town to a very nice looking hostel, we even managed to get a private double room again. ...

    Parque National Torotoro

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 17, 2014

    32 photos

    ... steep parts I had a tiny freak out when Jesus pulled out the blue climbing rope for the first time, but thankfully it was easier than I thought. We climbed up ladders that were just huge branches that the guides had carved out steps into the wood. It was not super easy to climb up but we made it and the view from the top and the other caves we found were totally worth it. Walking through the different natural clearings we came across various rock paintings that date back to ...

    Parque Machia

    A travel blog entry by littleal on Apr 28, 2014

    38 photos

    ... a vision of the jungle being flat but it is full of mini hills, cliffs and landslides, one of which I accidentally rode down on my stomach on a wet and slippery day. Tigre is a very cool animal but looking after her for the month was physically and mentally exhausting. The park had many cool and lovely volunteers who fortunately kept each other sane and we managed occasional party nights but worked 7 days a week so had a bit of a tough time the day after ...

    3 High Rollers

    A travel blog entry by maximiliancs on Apr 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... people from leaving the capital. We checked into a hostel literally next door and had our own 3 man room. We coincidentally bumped into really old mates and others we had seen along the trip. After a pretty early start we all had a nap before George and I had a little scout around town for a bite to eat. Before we knew it was supper time and we got hold of the others and arranged a plan to see them later. Regrettably yet reassuringly we ended ...