Address: Bolivar Esq Urcullo 128, Sucre, -, Bolivia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Bolivar Esq Urcullo 128, Sucre.
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Travel Blogs from Sucre

Day 23 - Welcome to Sucre

A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Jul 28, 2015

Woke up on the bus and had some munchies! 3 hours to go.. Drove past donkeys, herds of mountain goats, and an eagle! So many mountains and dirt roads. Also cool rivers and streams, and of coarse dogs everywhere. So groggy and out of it. Can't wait to shower and have a berocca. Bus was delayed near a school, because they were moving a virgin. As in Virgin Mary. Monumental Bolivian moment. Hahaha. Got to our hotel and it was really nice with a good ...

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 ...

In someone else's shoes

A travel blog entry by colleen.c-jayne on Jul 01, 2015

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... But I used the afternoon to review and realized I really am learning a lot. I think we have reviewed everything I learned in one year, when I took it in high school. This bodes well because I am already improving and I still have so many days left!

The walk to school is amazing! I pass la Universidad San Francisco, walk through the la Plaza 25 de Mayo, and many little shops. But my favorite part is seeing children flooding the streets as they run to school! ...

Sex Education in Bolivia

A travel blog entry by heathernewson on Jun 25, 2015

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... so you have to ask her "does this feel good?", "do you like this?". Also that the best way to know what you like is to experiment on yourself. I'm so lucky to have had this stuff normalised for me my whole life.
Other highlights of sex-ed workshop include: giving the boys a sanitary towel each to investigate (upsettingly I couldn't find any tampons in the supermarket or the pharmacy I looked in - tampons are way more fun); demonstrating using the ...


A travel blog entry by alexliz on Jun 15, 2015

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... and General Sucre. It holds many memorabilia of the wars. Sucre was the original capital of Bolivia. While La Paz now hosts the Government and is commonly known as the capital of Bolivia. The monastery La Recoletta sits up the top overlooking the city at the mirador. It is still home to many priests and was once the largest monastery in Bolivia. It houses many of the religions history, clothing, gems and jewels, paintings completed by priests who lived there. There ...

Traveler Photos Glorieta Sucre

I found my princess
Sucre, Bolivia