Hotel Sucre

Address: Calle Sucre 510, Oruro, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Sucre 510, Oruro, is near El Cristo de la Concordia, Toro Toro National Park, Laguna Angostura, and Amboró National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Oruro


A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Feb 16, 2014

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Not much to report here. A pleasant enough town that provided a good half way point for us as we ploughed back through Bolivia to the (in)famous mining town of Potosi.

I'll use this opportunity to talk about fashion. Seriously.

You wouldn't know it sat at home in the UK, but the Union Jack has become a massive fashion logo/image/icon across the world. In ...

Bienvenidos a Bolivia

A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Feb 01, 2014

5 comments, 30 photos

... of noxious fumes and we knew we were in trouble. Typical of Bolivian cities, the streets of Oruru are narrow and congested with traffic and pedestrians, and we were not the most popular tourists in town by the time we had found a hotel for the night. The hotel car-park was in an inner courtyard and, when the proprietor got a sniff of our problem, he declared that he would not permit us to stay the night as the Disco fumes would certainly upset the other ...


A travel blog entry by snklijn on Apr 17, 2013

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... tickets with Wara Wara for 170 Bs pp which would take us from Oruro at 19.00 to Tupiza and would arrive at 8.35 am. After buying tickets we went in to town to have something to eat, it was really hard to find a decent place to have lunch...there are however a lot of lawyers in ...

A 165km/100 mile day

A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Mar 02, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... an hour, the rain seemed to be moving in the other direction at the same speed. We arrived into Oruro, to wet, muddy roads but no rain or thunder and lightening. We hadn't realised that the city was so big, with a population of 260,000, and it took us a long time to cycle through the streets to the centre. We finally arrived to a hotel that was recommended by the Lonely Planet, which after all of the problems yesterday, we thought was a good ...

Gnarly Tunari

A travel blog entry by yisouthamerica on Oct 07, 2012

16 photos

... structures used by the Incans to store corn and other grains which were to be shipped accross the empire. Some of the sylos had been rebuilt to give visitors an accurate image of what the sylos probably resembled, while others were nothing more than circular foundations of rocks protruding lightly from the dirt.

Following our visit to the ruins, the group received a traditional Bolivian blessing, which showcased the ...