Hotel Aranjuez Cochabamba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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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... tomorrow know where is next and taken photos. I hope tomorrow my head is all right. I didn't take a pill, rather to wait for next city is which high altitude. Back to hotel and glanced across the street is open the pub. Want to eat something, it looks good I got what I have...I forgot what name of....beef, hot dogs and french fries mixed hamburger bun. Huge on plate. I couldn't eaten it all. The cost was 27Bs with sprite soda. Cheap local pub. I might have come back tomorrow ...
... scenery was spectacular and we spent a few hours walking around the area, with the guide showing us some rock paintings and huge rocks that looked like various animals. The second set of caves we went to were more what we had in mind. We hired helmets with head lamps to go exploring with, which involved scrambling over, under, through, down and up rocks in the pitch black cave. Our guide (who was supposed to be the best in town) was a tiny 65 year old man, but he was a machine and ...
At 4:30AM, we rolled into Cochabamba. It is definitely more of a working city than a tourist city, thus our hostel was located more in the "suburbs". We took a taxi from the bus station in the center of the city to our hostel. When we arrived, we were stopped by concrete walls and a big black gate. Like good civilized people, we rang the doorbell and waited for an answer. Five minutes later, a man opened the door revealing a huge compound ...
... so we were all full after, but not so full we couldn't have yet another ice cream. The trip back was un eventful, dusty and long, and then we hit the city. Pulling up to the bus terminal was chaotic. Cars and busses everywhere and everyone tooting at each other. All the people walking on the road and the pop up restaurants didn't help. We finally got into the terminal and it was just as crazy. As you walk up to the building people shout at you a destination in Bolivia ...
... after dark to a city much larger than we first thought. We passed some giant houses on the way in, giant by any standard and seemingly well constructed. Cochabamba was not what I was expecting and I kinda liked the centre of town. We managed to get some dinner at one of the food vans on the street near our hostel and next to the mercado. The hostel, Residential Familiar, is a giant old house converted into a hostel with a nice little central courtyard complete with naked lady ...