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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Arenal Santa Cruz
Stayed here as part of a tour and it's a nice hotel. It's a little dated but that's Bolivar for you. There are some rooms that are better than others. Our friends got room 701 and it's really nice. The breakfast was average but the wifi has been really good. Location is a couple of blocks away from the main square so it's quite convenient. Would recommend staying here.
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Maybe later about the gasoline station with only female petrol pump assistants in miniskirts. About the visit to the travelagent who speaks any language until you ask a question and the evening at the foodmarket where a snack can feed a 6 member ...
... br> Santa Cruz has a nice relaxed feel about it, though the driving in Santa Cruz is somewhat crazy, and dangerous at times, with cars and bikes making a two lane road into a four lane road. The people seemed less engaging than in Brazil and we found it more difficult to communicate in Santa Cruz than in Brazil, despite our pequena (small) efforts to learn a bit of spanish before arriving in the spanish speaking countries!
Next stop, Sucre, Bolivia!
... my ass! We walked all the way across town and up a big hill into the middle of nowhere. Well we were somewhere but there was no one else there! We found the restaurant. It was closed. It was never meant to be open at 10am. It opened at noon. And served only lunch and dinner. Mark looked at his book again and realized he'd read it wrong and had taken us on a journey across town to the wrong place. We took a taxi back to the centre of town. The breakfast restaurant was 2 blocks away. ...
... around the table and talking for hours before heading to town. We didn't make it far as we found a lovely cafe with an amazing menu and prices. We did have nice conversations and even decided to travel together for a bit.
The guy from San Diego met a local girl who invited him and his friends (the NY girl and me) to a private, local Halloween party.
This Bolivian girl could speak English, which is a ...
... ignimbrites dating back to upper Miocene, about 5 to 23 million years from today; the eastern part, the so-called Maragua Syncline which is much older, is a mountain range of sedimentary rock of Cretaceous-Paleocene origin in a north-south thrust.The Cordillera de los Frailes borders Poopó Lake in the northwest and stretches between ...