Hotel Gran Libertador
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gran Libertador Potosi
Very cold rooms.
Staff is impolite.
Lockers are located outside the rooms.
Breakfast is good by Bolivian standards.
Very central, great location.
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Bus to Potosi 9-1300. Lunch Look around town, tour by Karem. Visit The Mint - museum Hotel Libertador, with Christine
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