Hostal Maria Victoria

Address: Chuquisaca 148, Potosi, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Potosi

Desert daze

A travel blog entry by vero_jerome on Apr 13, 2015

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... them ;) The bus ride turned out to be surprisingly smooth (except for the frequent dog, pig, donkey, horse, chicken, cow and llama crossings, which meant some sharp unexpected breaks and cursing from the driver) and we safely arrived in Potosi at night.

Potosi, at 4,400m altitude used to be the world’s highest city and you feel it straight away. We made the mistake of looking at the map and deciding to walk to our ...

Sucre day 2

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 12, 2015

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... their rubbish here) and stub my toes on some sharp metal shrapnel sticking out of the ground. Why there was sharp metal sticking out of the ground I have no idea, but it left me with bloody thongs and a couple of cuts on my toes. We head off to SAS again, grab some sneaky snacks (beer, chocolate, the essentials of course), grab our tickets and head into the very empty cinema. There was a total of 8 people in there and there were no ads or previews as the movie started right on ...

Sucre, Bolivia's Capital

A travel blog entry by kayna on Mar 19, 2015

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... All of the advice we'd read was that you could obtain a local bus to the Parque Cretacico by catching the number 4 outside of the cathedral, on the main plaza. Not so. You can catch a bus which leaves 3 times a day from outside the cathedral, or you can catch a number 4 bus from elsewhere in the city. So once we'd figured that out we were on our way! The bus dropped us off at a sign which said the park was 'aqui' (here), though there was no obvious entrance. ...

Altitude Problem

A travel blog entry by maxandross on Feb 25, 2015

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... traveller. Next stop on the whistlestop Bolivia express was Potosi. A city we dithered quite a bit about visiting because there's really only one reason to visit - the mines. The city is built at the base of Cerro Rico (Rich Hill) which has provided silver and other minerals for hundreds of years. It has also claimed the lives of a reported 8 million since the 1500s and continues to claim miners lives at a rate of around four per month. The mines are still functioning, but with a ...

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