Hotel Villa Antigua
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... well worth the walk up the hill to the mirador. The Museo de Antropologico and Arte Moderno is excellent and has signage in English, but I did get the impression I was sailing dangerously close to the 1230 kick out time due to the attentiveness of the curator and security guards who outnumbered me (the only customer) four to one. Musef or the Ethnology museum was frankly rubbish with only three rooms open, but at least it was ...
... from the map you can already tell that this lake is pretty big. But I did not appreciate how big it was until I saw it in its liquid flesh. It is huge, and deceptively so. I kept thinking I was at the sea.
Barnabus was Peru bound but Vince and I had pretty much the same itinerary for the rest of Bolivia so we decided we would keep each other company for a bit longer. With his resolution to hitchhike the whole of South America and mine to travel with ...
... classes in a language school and improved my Spanish skills within a week of intense practice. During that time I also checked out of the hostel to stay with a local family with the intention to further practice my Spanish. Although there was not a lot of communication going on with my host family, I still enjoyed not to stay in a hostel for the entire time. In fact, my home stay was rather luxurious, and if I hadn’t known that my host was a doctor, I would have guessed for ...
... is famous for the local people still wearing the traditional clothing and holding onto traditional customs. Some of the ladies were wearing the traditional costume but quite a lot were dressed normally. We had lunch in the one and only tourist place as there were not many other options and the girl said there would at least be examples of traditional dancing. We did some dancing, some tango style dancing and then we think a more traditional style performed by some kids. It ...
... that "mi Espanol es un pequeno mejor." But it's not all work, work, work in Sucre! We'd heard there was a trek to see some real life dinosaur footprints, and we wanted a piece of that action. Dinosaur! Footprints! So we signed up for the tour and duly arrived early at the office to discover that there were originally to be four of us going but the other couple had only just arrived in Bolivia so were suffering from altitude sickness and had to cancel. So we ended ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center