Hotel Canciller

Address: Ayacucho 220, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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    Concepcion and Santa Cruz de la Sierra

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Apr 28, 2015

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    ... I always feel hesitant to go into a church, because I have the feeling I don't belong there and I am not aware of the rules. The outside is good enough for me. And Swiss style we enjoy in a completely different way. We stay with this lovely elderly couple, a Swiss woman, Christina and her German husband who have lived in Bolivia for 37 years and who are running a spic and span little hotel. Only three rooms. They do it for fun now; Lonely Planet ...

    Welcome to Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Nov 29, 2014

    ... already arranged a transport for me from there to here. It's worth $US50. I decided process with it. Easier for me to save my stress to look for the trouble transportation in the first of day in Bolivia. Only three hours the distance.

    other opinion have the transport the collectvo or local bus worth $B30 ($US5) time? Maybe 5 to 7 hours depends how it'll taking the frequent stops. But I ll use this one to return to Santa Cruz after three nights here.


    Potosi/Sucre/Santa Cruz, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 23, 2014

    51 photos

    ... him that was going in the blog! Urgh. Outside of a little shopping and spending more on food and accommodation, Sucre doesn't have much to offer the traveller. After 2 full days of wandering aimlessly and doing some shopping we were officially bored. Not that I'm complaining. We haven't exactly had time to relax during this trip. I'm now in need of a vacation! Just outside of Sucre is an area called Cal Orka. Cal Orka is home to a dinosaur park. Yep, you read that correctly: a ...

    Don't worry, I know my city

    A travel blog entry by pinkymary on Oct 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... girls who barely move because their make up could smear, barely moving their feet because the high heels are way too high to walk in them. But we did have fun.

    At 4 am we decided we should go and have some sleep. It was already very empty and people were mostly drunk.
    The girl who picked us up wanted to bring us back again. Unfortunately she was drunk.
    After battling and finding out there are no taxis on this side of the city ...

    Travel without moving (Jamiroquai)

    A travel blog entry by bertilemmes on Oct 22, 2014

    2 photos

    ... Challapata-Macha-Ravelo in the north and Río Mulato-Potosí-Betanzos in the south.

    2° We had one of "these" talks again, today at Condor. Some of these young people are quite extraordinary and I'm happy to be drawn in into their discussions.
    One of those French boys from "Bretagne", one of those born with the ocean in ...

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