Hotel Monserrat

Calle Espana #342, Cochabamba, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Espana #342, Cochabamba, is near Palacio Portales, Museo Arqueologico de la Universidad, and Valle Alto.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Monserrat Cochabamba

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    Travel Blogs from Cochabamba

    I say Cocha. You say....?

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... My hostel, Cabanas Las Lillas is amazing. It has a garden several acres large, a huge kitchen, a swimming pool, pool table, poker table, tree house and a massive semi-indoor chillout area. All I can think is how perfect this place would be for a party and how much it would cost to buy. At the moment I'm just happy staying here for 5.50 a night, including breakfast. There's even a Scottish guy, Scott, who volunteers to make food for guests in return for free ...

    Parque de Toro Toro

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 17, 2014

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... of spaghetti bolognas which we followed up with yet another ice cream. The funny thing with our hostel is they only turn on the internet from 8:00pm to 10:00pm so after dinner everyone sat down to check their Facebook before heading off to bed. Breakfast today was the typical South American, bread with jam and tea, nothing fancy but filling enough. Our guide met us back at the hostel at 8:30 and we jumped in the car and headed up the hill. We stopped along the way to take ...

    Parque National Torotoro

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 17, 2014

    32 photos

    ... even better dinosaur footprints. These were the prints of carnivorous dinosaurs and in excellent condition. You could very clearly see what you were looking at. What was even better was some of the purple sand had been blown into the footprints by the wind, making them even more visible. Once inside the cave we turned our head lamps on and got straight down to business. There is barley and climbing infrastructure in the caves except a couple of ropes and two small ladders down ...

    Cochabamba

    A travel blog entry by littleal on Apr 23, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to get to was). I went down the side road to my hostel and two dogs started making a fuss and ran for me, I threw my backpack at them and then picked up stones to throw at them and they quickly backed off. I stayed in a slightly questionable room where a cockroach deftly dived into one of the drawers as soon as it saw me, and the guy running the hostel after carefully searching my passport for my name wrote it down as 'British ...

    3 High Rollers

    A travel blog entry by maximiliancs on Apr 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... was heaving; not only with people but also the most ridiculous and random ****. Washing machines, clothes, DIY sets. It had everything. After a couple of hours of searching through all the **** we were dying for some lunch. We took a bus back to the nicer area of town and found a sushi restaurant. I was in no condition to be flamboyant so I stuck to a ham baguette, whist George and Rib tucked away into god knows what. We came home and ...