Hotel Aranjuez Cochabamba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Manager went above and beyond to help me locate my I-Phone. Hotel personnel are top notch, from the bellmen to the waiters to room service. Excelent!!
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... was one of the Brazilian guys who were in our group. And luckily again, he wasn’t injured, thanks to the knee pads.
We ended up at a little restaurant that had showers and towels all ready for us. It was really nice to get cleaned up and then have a decent lunch at the restaurant. It gave us time to see all the pictures and videos Noel took, and i was able to take a copy of all of them onto my computer. The group headed off at about 3pm, and ...
... many of the people in this amazing group are also travelers that have settled in Bolivia either for a short amount of time or possible a few years. Everyone is extremely welcoming and since many are travelers they all have such amazing stories.... which they could tell you in 2 or 3 different languages that they speak. Although I am still in the beginning stages of my travels I felt very encouraged by this amazing group of ...
... states of disrepair. I have seen literally hundreds of Starlets and Corollas, every single one with rude-boy after-market alloys, many with up to two additional spoilers on the rear, and plastered in decals proudly proclaiming 'TRD', or other such petrol-headed nonsense. Even the Trufi's (public mini-buses) are decorated in this manner. More amazing are the proper public buses though which are in fact American school buses from the 1960s. Loud paint-jobs ...
... waterfall that is fed from a subterranean source and the water was cool and sweet. Swimming in some of the little pools near the top of the waterfall were tiny white and black blind fish. The area was so tranquil that if the sun hadn't started going down I think we would have stayed for quite a while. The walk back we took a slightly different route along the top of the canyon. Thankfully it was a bit faster as the cool of the evening was setting in. Dinner tonight was a ...
... rock formations becoming the canyon walls. You can actually see where the force of the coming together has pushed the rock and sediment up towards the sky. After a quick lunch on top of the mountain over looking some sheep grazing in the field below we were off to the cave of Umajalanta for a 2 hour, 7 km caving experience and I have to admit I was a little excited. We had to walk 1 km from where the car could park to the entrance of the cave and along the way were saw ...