Hotel Asturias

Calle Moldes 154 - Casilla 895, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Moldes 154 - Casilla 895, Santa Cruz.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Arrival in Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by kech-williams on May 15, 2014

Arrived in Santa Cruz today for our little lay over before we head to Brazil tomorrow, had a crazy bus journey here which took nearly 19 hours and felt like it was a rally stage all the way, going to see the sites then eat some food as not really much else to see here ...

Amazonian Antics

A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Mar 16, 2014

8 comments, 60 photos

... kilometres downstream from the boat, buoyed up with lifejackets and inner tyre tubes. At night, on the same river, we take the small boat to go hunting for cayman. Shining torches along the river bank we look for the glow of the cayman eyes reflecting in the torchlight. Rejecting the first few as too large to handle, Michael, the boatman, eventually spots one he deems suitable for catching. Putting in to the river bank, he reaches into the water, skilfully grabbing the ...

Flying LPB-VVI

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Jan 16, 2014

37 photos

... 640 feet and continuing to climb. Unfortunately we’re in the clouds still. I can’t see any of the terrain below. :-( The in-flight magazine is dated November 2013 and is all in Spanish.

We reached our cruising altitude of 33,000 feet by 7:44 and were zipping along at 522 mph. The beverage cart came through with the options of Coke, orange Fanta, Sprite, water, orange juice, and coffee. The reach of Coca-Cola is truly remarkable – its products ...

Going back in time to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by humpooper on Nov 26, 2013

10 photos

... While we are waiting we are seeing a lot of dodgy buses. By dodgy I mean your version of bus that you ride in for a school excursion, except they have luggage on top and hot, tired folk inside. We sat smug in our seats as we would 'never' travel in one if those. I even took a picture of one of them being loaded, thinking how hilarious it was. Then our bus arrived... And we have a 'normal' class ticket, this bus is a dead ringer for the dodgy bus I was laughing ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 18, 2013

1 photo

... more Spanglish. We were really lucky with the group too, there was me and Alex, Cody and then three Aussies Tom, Dom and Alex who also did the mine tour with us. So a nice bunch. We spent most of the car journey exchanging cultural differences between the Brits, the Aussies and the Canadians. Me and Alex were trying to think of the most extreme slang the Brits would say. So our salt flat tour started with a trip to the train cemetery. This is where you will find all these rusty old ...