El Hostal de Su Merced
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Hostal de Su Merced Sucre
It's a real travel in time...
Being there was a privilegie! The house is very well mantained and has a unique style. The staff is helpfull and the breakfast served as a bufet has some variety.
At evening the restaurant has dinner too, wich is very handful for the guests.
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TripAdvisor Reviews El Hostal de Su Merced Sucre
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My room is just gorgeous. This is another one of those hotels that was once a mansion and has now been subdivided into hotel rooms. I have a king size bed, a little sitting area, and a small patio right outside my bedroom. I spend some time this morning wandering around the hotel and discover all kinds of terraces and little …
This morning after we all had breakfast most of us went to the town
market. It is very large. Since it was early and Palm Sunday many of
the stalls were not open. There was everything: suits, food, musical
instruments, clothes, toys, ..... Robin and I held off buying much
because we have two more weeks of travel. It is always …
De vlucht van Cochabamba naar Sucre gaat over de bergen en levert mooie vergezichten op.
Ons hostel is werkelijk een plaatje - met dank aan Tripadvisor - en is meer een hotel dan een hostel, met echt fantastisch ontbijt en elke avond koekjes op bed. Alleen de wifi is een drama.
Na het inchecken gaan we lopend naar El Mirador - yep …
... buses. They’d stop every now and again and people would get on and off. 15 minutes into our journey a jolly Bolivian guy came on. At least we thought he was jolly, turned out he was completely hammered. Even though he was sitting in front of us he’d repeatedly turn round and try and have a conversation about the Salt Flats with us… While repeatedly kissing my hand… Bit weird for sure. But it got a little more so after we started to ignore him.
... but mostly drove back.
After the salt plains, I went to Oyuni, this city is known for its mines. There were in total 3 busses on this dirt road and we were in some kind of a race. But ‘unfortunately’ after one hour we were out of the race because of a flat tire. Later that day we have seen, for the fist time in Bolivia, paved road! Near Oyuni there is a volcano, but because of the height there never has been an eruption, which means the volcano ...