Capital Plaza Hotel

Address: Plaza 25 de Mayo 28 & 29, Sucre, Bolivia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Plaza 25 de Mayo 28 & 29, Sucre.
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    Travel Blogs from Sucre

    Day 26 - Last day in Sucre!

    A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Jul 31, 2015

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    ... cards listening to the chilli peppers. To die for! Went to the market with Rez and steph and enjoyed a rooftop lunch. Facetimed with ryan :) The night bus was **** at the start because steph and I felt so sick, but then we sat in the isles with Liz and played a massive game of 20 questions, and the a name that tune game! Lots of fun and laughs. Didn't sleep well, dreamt about going back to work at the pizza shop and everything being so different. ...

    Dancing zebras and dinosaur footprints

    A travel blog entry by serenaace on Jul 28, 2015

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    So we made it to Sucre, which is a stunning colonial city and apparently it has one of the oldest universities in Latin America. On a Sunday the thing to do is go to the park and treat your kids to a ride on something; remote control cars, horses, mini quad bikes and of course a 'shark rocket' pulled by a car. The town has dinosaur pay phones and there is certainly a running theme of dinosaurs. We did a little exploring on our second day ...

    More amazing women

    A travel blog entry by heathernewson on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... mind, those who I've been teaching how to do knotted jewellry are constantly planning how they're going to sell them. They each care for on average 5 children, half of them have a baby which they carry around on their backs all day in a folded traditionally woven blanket which when its not carrying a baby doubles as a rucksack. They all seem to know so much of life and like everyone else I've met in Latin America are easy to laugh and deeply ...

    Warten auf unseren neuen Flieger

    A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on May 12, 2015

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    ... dem wir tatkräftig mithalfen, den Tagesumsatz das örtliche Restaurant anzukurbeln, waren wir froh als auf der Landebahn unser Ersatzflieger ausrollte. Nun hieß rasch durch den Security Check zu gehen um umgehend nach La Paz fliegen zu können. Aber hier in Südamerika läuft alles ein wenig Tranquillo. So mussten wir noch 20 Minuten in einem Warteraum die Zeit tot schlagen bevor wir das Flugzeug besteigen konnten. Der Flug ...


    A travel blog entry by helen_rae on May 08, 2015

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    ... 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 ...