Grand Ambassador

Address: Calle Espana No. 0349, Cochabamba, -, Bolivia | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Calle Espana No. 0349, Cochabamba, is near Palacio Portales, Valle Alto, and Museo Arqueologico de la Universidad.
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    Travel Blogs from Cochabamba

    Border Crossing from hell

    A travel blog entry by goldsack on Apr 13, 2015

    32 photos

    ... and good fortune. There was a hotel (Pousada) right across the street. The proprietors turned out to be really helpful. Firstly with changing Colin's tyre (to avoid tax on arrival into Bolivia???) and then with a lift to a local fish restaurante. Fantastic meal at a very low price.
    Wednesdays ride was through flat terrain. Initially predominantly forest and beef (Bramha) farming.Then as we got closer to Bolivia we encounter the wet lands of the Panatal. The last hour ...

    Raining 100% chance all day

    A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Dec 18, 2014

    2 photos

    ... be gone to next the capital and city of La Paz's high altitude approx. 3781m/12405ft. Similar to Potosi. Let's see how's it going feeling the healthy.

    I walked out of the hotel. I read a map which should I go first...decided the ordered the following step to step...

    1. Temple of Santa Teresa (just outside photo)
    2. Temple of Jesus (open the door to come in, not much decorated no photo and just outside ...

    Dinosaur Town

    A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Dec 06, 2014

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... a small town Torotoro which is famous for its dinosaur footprints. Unbeknownst to us before we got to Bolivia, the country is covered in dinosaur footprints, with one trail being the longest in the world. The town of Torotoro was very remote and from what we had read we weren't expecting any electricity or hot water. Luckily for us, our guide book is old, so the town has secured electricity and hot water since then, but still no wifi. We spent our first afternoon there searching ...

    DEATH ROAD! And La Senda Verde

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Oct 24, 2014

    12 photos

    ... found someone to give me my key, and then I just wandered around the grounds. Most of the areas have signs that say you can’t enter without someone from the staff, so I was pretty limited as to what I could see.

    There was a bit of paper in the room that had some rules and information about the sanctuary. It said that there is a tour every day at 4pm, so I tried to meet for that in the restaurant, only to find out that it went at 3pm today, so ...

    I say Cocha. You say....?

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... time the driver motions to me that I should put my seatbelt on. Perhaps he reckons the copper won't like it. I turn around. Obviously there isn't one. I looked at the driver as if to say, nothing I can do about it mate. So, he waves at me to get out. Him and the Trufi drive off into the distance.

    There I am on the edge of a dual carriage way, with no map, there's no shops around, no people, other than the copper, who I figure is probably best ...