Hotel La Sierra

Monsenor Salvatierra Nro. 474 , Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Monsenor Salvatierra Nro. 474 , Santa Cruz.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Tales from transit

A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Jun 30, 2014

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... Portugal, Chile, New Zealand and, of course, the Isle of Man. All blokes except me - naturally. After a night in one of the worst hostels yet, where the shower was this time directly over the toilet, we took a bus to the Bolivian border. At Brazil's border office we were approached by staff from the tourist board and asked if we could answer a few survey questions about our stay. We agreed - eager to sing Brazil's praises. By question 44 part C, however, I wasn't quite ...

Amazonian Antics

A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Mar 16, 2014

8 comments, 60 photos

... locally around 30 years ago, the Flotel can accommodate up to 36 passengers. However, on our trip we are the only passengers and our company for the next three days includes Nico, the young German captain, who came to South America as a backpacker seven years ago and has never gone home; and five crew members; the pilot Juan Carlos, two seamen Michael and Bambi, the cook Carmen and the domestic help Tenchi; and the captain’s friend David, a young student ...

Flying LPB-VVI

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Jan 16, 2014

37 photos

... and Argentina have among the world’s highest ATM user fees for foreigners!

More cash in my wallet, I cleared security and walked a short distance to Gate 7A, which seems to be one of only two or three gates used for domestic departures. None have jetways. I bought two 600 mL bottles of water at a cafe for the outrageous price of Bs. 9 ($1.30) each. Ugh, in the city you can buy a 2 L bottle of water for only Bs. 6. What a horrible mark-up. It’s crazy ...

Going back in time to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by humpooper on Nov 26, 2013

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... sweaty pillow. Another great photo opportunity we were too scared to take Incase she woke up. We kept seeing Caucasian folk walking around in very Amish looking gear, which eventually led us to look them up and realise that a large community of Mennonites live near Santa Cruz, which is a more traditional version of the Amish. When we went for lunch one day the whole place seemed to fill up with them, I felt like I was in 'Breaking Amish', itching to take photos and not ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 18, 2013

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... what the tour company intended me not to see or there aren't as many as the documentary stated in 2004 which was 800 children. My general experience was that it was so dusty. I could taste it for the rest of the day in my mouth, smell it in my hair/hands/clothes, it's gross. We even had protective clothing on which was the fun bit because I got to dress up. However what I didn't like was being paraded around town when buying 'gifts' for the miners which was juice and coca leaves. Bit ...