Hotel Lp Santa Cruz
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
From Spanish Lessons to Carnival
Santa Cruz is not much of a city as you're arriving on a bus at the dirt (and who-knows-what) infested bus terminal. But once you start to walk around you will fall in love with the city and feel at home (understanding that the home has just been built and still working out the kinks). Consider that this …
We left Samaipata on Saturday morning to return to Santa Cruz. By coincidence we had the same taxi driver for the return leg as we had had coming up on Wednesday. The weather seemed a lot better today. Were we finally going to get some nice weather?
The journey started well but after an hour or so we came to a standstill at the back of a …
The bus trip from Sucre to Santa Cruz would be a night journey and would take 15 hours. The flight would take just 25 minutes. We didn't think too long and hard about which to choose.
After checking in at Sucre's small airport for our short flight, we were able to sit outside in the gardens in the sun. We were surprised at the lack of …
We are encamped in a lovely hotel in sub-tropical Santa Cruz, north-east Bolivia after the most unbelievable and terrifying bus trip to date!
It became clear on departure that we were the only īgringoīsī on board, not that that is worrying too much itself but itīs always more relaxing to see other gringoīs. We made sure firstly the luggage …
... taste everything she thought looked appetizing. Appetizers, drinks, hot food and desserts were aplenty. We even had enough to ask for a carry away bag to snack on back at the hotel.
Back at the Sun Hotel we packed up and made ready for our long journey home.
Guess what we did on our last night. Remember that doggie bag? It made for a romantic late night snack.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed