Hotel Victoria Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Victoria Resort Cochabamba
Travel Blogs from Cochabamba
... terminal. Our hostel called " San Pablo" is located near calle Ayacucho and Aroma. The area is not nice at nighttime but it is the cheapest we could find with a nice bathroom and room, very clean in fact compared to many different hostels we went to ask. The majority of the guys are going to Paraguay to a conference of malabares. I headed to Sucre where I managed another couchsurfing with a girl called Herikha. I called her few times and she seems very ...
... did not get back to the hotel until 7:30. In the dark and raining despite our rules about not doing such things.
Diane arrived at a much more sane hour, 8:15 am on Saturday 17 January. All travel having played out to plan. We then spent 2 days sight seeing locally and further bike preparation and servicing.
All set to start the trip to Santiago on Monday 19 Jan. Aussie BMW is due to arrive Valparaiso on 21 Jan.
I cant believe its been a month! Really, it has gone by so fast! I have learned so much in such a short period of time and its been an incredible experience. I am working with Alerta Verde during the week and scrabbling to finish research and/or assignments during the weekends while making sure I take some time to get out and see the city. I have just started my project for the remaining months and it will ...
It took 13hrs from Sorata to
Cochabamba (CBBA) via La Paz. The journey was mad, it took us 2hrs to get out
of La Paz’s crazy traffic. The issue is there are lots of narrow streets, too
many cars and there are markets, people and animals blocking the road. Even
when the road is clear there are pot holes, road works and crazy drivers on the
wrong side of the road overtaking. Once we got outside of ...
... many hours away from any other sign of civilization, but found out the next morning that there is in fact electricity in this town of around 10,500 people. The bus let us off in the central plaza, and there we were, the five of us, now being hailed upon in pitch darkness. The lightening continued to periodically provide us with glimpses of the town, so that we could see, in each flash, a massive dinosaur standing in the center of the town square. Our headlamps were buried deep ...