Hotel Villa Antigua
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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... parts of the body you rub your hands on.
Due to the lack of WIFI in my home stay I tend to spend all evening in whichever bar has a working connection. Leaving Sucre's trendy gringo pub 'Florin' around half 11 on a Tuesday night the streets are almost empty. It still feels safe. Behind me I hear approaching footsteps. Not walking, but seriously pounding the pavement. A tallish gringo looking guy whistles past me at a pace. Ten metres later he drops something but he ...
... There was free salsa lessons, and as we were a few beers deep by now joined in for abit of boogy. Turned into a good night just drinking at the hostel, with a few excursions to the roof top to let off more fire works (once again claus managing to hunt us down in the end and stopping our drunken fun). After a mission through the deserted city for midnight street burgers we called it a night. 7th August Happy birthday ...
... t really feel relaxed, but it was still nice to be in one place for more than a day or two. The city is beautiful. Also, our terrace rooftop hostel included a kitchen, cable TV (almost exclusively in Spanish), and wifi. Great place to hunker down before our next move to Cochabamba! Sorry no pictures. This was "relaxing" ...
... t think it’s in English,
The drive was well worth the 20B ($4) as we went through the mechanic part of town – there were makeshift workshops (mainly outside) everywhere. It was also concerning how young a lot of the mechanics looked – some not more than 10.
We arrived at the dinosaur place and I was instantly sceptical. It’s the most modern and expensive looking complex in Sucre. Plus ...
... crowd trying to get to my bus, dodging the boxes and bus cargo being levered down from the balcony haphazardly by a rope. If you happened to not hear the brief warning shout given from above you would know all about it. A concussion hazard if ever I saw one.
La Paz reminded me of a brown lego city. Miles upon miles of angular, block-like buildings as far as the eye can see. While it lacks the cleanliness and sophistication of Sucre it has a ...