Hotel Canciller

Address: Ayacucho 220, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on Ayacucho 220, Santa Cruz.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

We're in Bolivia!!

A travel blog entry by alexandruth on Sep 24, 2014

12 photos

... food and cold water. Must have been 35 deg. Was so hot and it was only 11o'clock! Stopped for a cold one on the way. Came across a tiny little market serving hot food. For what came to about £1.50 we each had a GINORMOUS bowl of hot peanut soup with pasta and beef. There was supposed to be a second course, but we found ourselves unable to eat anymore. Ridiculously cheap. Back at the train station, ...

Cruisin' with Santa

A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 26, 2014

18 photos

... Rumour has it this is where Psychandrics relocated after Byker Grove was cancelled..
Having dropped off the Spaniards at their hostel, (some people stay in Samaipata for weeks), the taxi driver offered to be our guide for the day. This seemed convenient as the town appeared to be very quiet, possibly having a siesta. Although, apparently they don't allow bars to open here on weekdays because no one would do any work!
So we jetted up to the ruins and hired ...

Why Did The Horse Cross The Road?

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on Mar 16, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... only bushes and trees to stare at. It was tedious to say the least and not only that, I needed a wee (I was not going in the tiny bus toilet next to the men and where the bus was almost tipping over each time it hit a pot hole). At 12pm the bus pulled into customs for the Paraguay side: our bags were checked, our passports were stamped and I made a dash for the Ladies (a terrible place, gave the Glastonbury toilets a run for their money!). There were no shops ...

Santa Cruz de la Sierra

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Jan 16, 2014

46 photos

... 8211; and was frustrated to reach voicemail a second time. A lot of effort for no connection.

View a RunKeeper log of my walk through downtown Santa Cruz.

I hopped in a taxi to the Santa Cruz Zoo. The driver wanted Bs. 20 ($2.89) but I bargained down to Bs. 15 ($2.17) based on my memory of appropriate taxi fares listed in the guidebook. The taxi ride took 12 minutes. At one large intersection near the zoo, a young man juggled balls at the ...

Back to the jungle

A travel blog entry by meggles on Nov 20, 2013

9 photos

... else, dragged (willingly) into quarantine to say hello to the monkeys. Amazing! All the monkeys got excited and were screaming, even the ones who didn't really acknowledge me before and suddenly I had a whole lot more new monkey friends including Martin (a really aggresive caged monkey), Natalia (hates girls), lilush (crazy). Cesar the alpha male monkey in heaven had escaped a few days before and was yet again prowling quarantine mostly not causing trouble but demanding food, api ...

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