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

Carnaval in Oruro

A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 17, 2015

1 comment, 29 photos

Patricia has told us a bit about Oruro, the town where she was born. It is the next stop on our way to La Paz. She is an educated woman, studied linguistics and speaks English, French and Russian, wants to travel the world and help her people get a step further in their development. We have talked to her quite a bit when staying in her hotel, or rather, we have listened. She is determined to help her people forward but at the same time is not very optimistic. Patricia ...

Visiting Sajama

A travel blog entry by ostravel on May 16, 2015

5 photos

Due to some technical problem with a flat tire of one of the cars we were very late and could only visit the medical center of Curahuara de Carangas on the way and could not pursue our trip to Sajama in order to be able to in La Paz in the evening. In Carangas we visited the very old church famous as the Sixties chapel of Bolivia with its famous ...

Oso, Devils, Drums.... it's Carnival Bolivia style

A travel blog entry by pocomonoloco on Feb 14, 2015

5 photos

... as only left at 10pm, and when I saw out VIP seating my initial thought was back to my expectations management. This was Bolivia. The fact we had seats of a sort was VIP enough. It was actually like a wooden football stadium seating with a kind of cushion, but the person who sat behind you bearly had room for their feet, so the idea of seating for 13 hours seemed madness. Fortunately we were with another ...


A travel blog entry by steveclark on Feb 14, 2015

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Everyone's heard of Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. But what I didn't know is that it's celebrated all over South America! Oruro is Bolivia's largest carnival celebration. We got to the bus station just after 7am and caught a bus almost straight away. It was going to take 3.5 hours there and then the same back so hopefully it will be worth it. Someone may have been a little upset about missing the rugby! We paid 40B's or £4 for the journey ...

33. Copacabana - La Paz - Oruro by Bus

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Dec 15, 2014

17 photos

... A bit like Lima, however, it's hard not to feel that La Paz is a city full of beautiful buildings that have been systemically degraded, defiled and ruined, and round El Prado - the main road where our hotel is located - it's hard to breathe for exhaust fumes and other foul odours. Tomorrow morning we need to get hold of some fuel for the stove and some chain oil before jumping on a bus to Oruro. From there, we estimate it will take six days to ride through the Salar ...