Hotel Asturias

Address: 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

Cruisin' with Santa

A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 26, 2014

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... and the Aymara), who had been using the nearby rocky outcrop for religious ceremonies, sacrificing people to their gods, since 500BC. It's a rocky outcrop at something like 3500m surrounded by mountains, behind which the sun rise is never obscured no matter what the season. Additionally it marks the edge of the Amazon basin and the start of the lowland on the other side. Hence the significance of this site. These days Samaipata, the town, is surrounded by ...

Why Did The Horse Cross The Road?

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on Mar 16, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... up so much they looked like tree trunks (I realise that this combined with my 5 month no haircut hair does not put me in good stead for a beach babe look in Rio!!!!). The clock ticked on and we noticed bits of metal and engine parts were mysteriously being removed from the bus and sneaked into the building opposite but, amazingly, no one got even the slightest bit annoyed about the situation, it all just seemed a part of life.

By late afternoon there ...

Santa Cruz de la Sierra

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Jan 16, 2014

46 photos

... paid 3 bolivianos (43˘) admission to climb to the top of the bell tower for a view over Santa Cruz. There’s a few tall buildings sprinkled here and there, but otherwise nothing much stands out in this big city – just a lot of flat land with low-level buildings.

What did catch my eye was a sign by the spiral staircase at the viewing platform: “están prohibidos los actos obscenos.” I’m not a Spanish speaker, but you don’t ...

Through Hell to a Holy Place

A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Nov 28, 2013

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... hours. With the glorious Bolivian countryside to admire, passing conversations with fellow passengers eager to pass the time and a staring contest with a 4 year old Mennonite kid, I barely noticed the passage of time. I could´ve been suffering from delirium and in need of urgent medical attention, but at that point, I just didn´t care.

As we roled into the Santa Cruz terminal, I couldn´t help feeling I´d accomplished something. I an the fellow passengers had endured dodgy ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2:extra) Posted wrong one

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 17, 2013

... back to Uyuni. The Koreans were lovely and got talking to them over lunch asking them questions about South Korea since it is a potential place I might go teach in. They even told me this story of how the Korean guy got mugged in Argentina by that technique the muggers use of squirting some sauce on you. I thought it was a myth! Later I got asked to be in a photo, which apparently my trampy look, looks appealing because I got asked again by some Bolivians. While I was waiting for my bus ...