Hotel Villa Real San Felipe

c/ San Felipe nº 678, Oruro, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on c/ San Felipe nº 678, Oruro, is near El Cristo de la Concordia, Toro Toro National Park, Laguna Angostura, and Amboró National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Oruro

Bienvenidos a Bolivia

A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Feb 01, 2014

5 comments, 30 photos

... for tourism in Bolivia so we were well impressed when Rosario was able to rustle up a tasty vegetarian meal for the two Irish travellers who comprised exactly half the total number of residents.

Pre-dating the Incas by a couple of millennia, the Tiahuanaco were a pacifist civilisation, whose successful expansion was based on improved methods of agriculture. At the height of their existence, the kingdom covered an area of approximately 60,000 ...

On to La Paz and Oruro

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 10, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... wait and let me move into a lane. They did not crowd me mercilessly as I tried to maneuver around. Random drivers found the hotel for me and told me how to park on the sidewalk in front of it (traffic was too hectic for street parking). I had dinner at a traditional 1930s caf with old furniture and mirrors and aged Spaniards in suits gathered at tables discussing the day's (or decade's) events. By mistake (?!) I ended up a the most wonderful boutique ...

A 165km/100 mile day

A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Mar 02, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... a few good rolling hills to keep us from getting to our destination too fast. The road from La Paz to Oruro was undergoing major construction, and a new road was being built, to allow two lanes of traffic to go in both directions. At many points we made our way over to the new road, which was as smooth as an airport runway and we were happy to speed down it side by side. As there were no cars on the new road we didn't have to worry about staying on ...

Day 1 (actually day 18, but who´s counting?)

A travel blog entry by kumar.jensen on Feb 09, 2013

36 photos

... have touristy-wise was The Carnaval every year. We both took quite a few photos of which I will try to upload some soon.

Carnaval started officially at about 7:00 am on Saturday morning. We bought seats for 200 Bolivianos each. The exchange rate is roughly 6.80 bolivianos to the dollar so we paid around 30 each for pretty good seats for both days. We got there a little early and there were very few people sitting in the stands. In fact, we were the first ...

Other route than planned

A travel blog entry by jaguardriving on Nov 09, 2012

... closed. This always creates a dilemma since an on the spot decision has to be made, cars behind us give you little time. We went left and further down we ended in a market, which made it also impossible to turn right ( what we wanted ) because the road was obstructed by stalls. The car started to play up as well, so we were very happy when we finally ended up in front of the hotel, after fighting the busy local traffic in the very narrow one way ...