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

    ... set free; and the American guy had a grudge against the Ukrainian guy who was the biggest and the best, and teamed up with the Russian guy to beat him. Every bit as perfect bus journey viewing as it sounds.

    The Bolivian Tourist Board's slogan should be, 'Bolivia - Where Japanese cars live forever.' Similar to Cuba's fleet of 50s American cars. Bolivia's roads are populated, somewhat more densely, almost entirely by Toyota's, of every age and model, ...

    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 ...

    Cochabamba and the Long Road There

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 14, 2014

    7 photos

    ... dessert we visited another place in the market that serves ice cream and fruit. Chris got a banana split and Lauren had a chocolate melva. Essentially loads of ice cream and cream served on fruit, and Lauren's also had chocolate milk. After stuffing our faces we headed to the hill where they have a statue of Christ that is larger than the one in Rio de Janeiro. We would have walked up the hill but it's not recommended due to the large number of ...

    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on May 11, 2014

    ... Thankfully the bus didn’t have long stops, only 2 in fact, once for proper toilets and again for a toilet break in the bushes – the Israelis girls were not impressed. Nor was I with them – I had lent one the money for toilet entry but she never got change and returned the money, even as we finally got dumped in the middle of Cochabamba, the bus station nowhere in sight. Had to ask for it and never even got a thank you – next time they can ...