Hotel Villa Antigua
Travel Blogs from Sucre
... my now shrinking group of travel buddies. Together, after over 2 weeks of having been there, we finally visited the nearby dinosaur footprints, which have naturally been preserved for millions of years, and which were pretty impressive to see in person.
Concluding, I have to say that I really enjoyed my time in Sucre. It’s an absolutely beautiful city, which lets you explore Bolivian traditionalism, while still providing you with Western standards when you require ...
Our main reason for coming to Sucre was to get Spanish lessons, but we had heard that the city is worth visiting as well. The city is in the old colonial style and in the main centre all the buildings are still painted white. After once again arriving and waiting for the sun to rise we caught a taxi to our new home for the next 4 nights. Our first surprise was getting off the bus when it was no where near as cold as we thought it would be. Our second surprise was when ...
... masses and signed up for some lessons. Sadly time means that we couldn't spend a good three weeks here learning as I would have liked, so 10 hours of 2 on 1 lessons would have to suffice. Gabi, our very short but very lovely and patient teacher put us through our paces with nouns, adjectives, pronouns, verbs and prepositions galore. As someone who very nearly failed English GCSE I couldn't tell you what each of these were in English, let alone Spanish. But I like to ...
... facts anyway.
The noon tour involved being kitted out with hard hats and
goggles for the walk down to the wall – the cement workers unearthed the
massive long wall of limestone full of Cretacic dinosaur prints, including the
longest continuous stretch of them in the world. The round ones of herbivores
like diplodicus are the clearest deepest ones and it is harder to see the 3
... grateful for thank you very much! There are eggs and cheese albeit tasteless and unmeltable cheese and you can eat on the second floor with all the locals for less than a pound. The food up there isn't exactly fine dining but it is what it is and it'll do me when I'm not self-catering in the hostel.
My hostel has a huge courtyard which is flooded with sunshine during the day. The courtyard has pillars and arches, old tiled floors and plants. I'm in a 10 bed dorm but ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center