La Corona Aparthotel

J. De La Reza 433, Cochabamba, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cochabamba

Sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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First hotel I tried was full, 2nd too pricey so settled for the 3rd, slightly less pricey but not keen to troll around in the dark with all my kit. Headed straight out for some food as the tube of Stax I’d had on the bus (better than Pringles but boring flavours) was long forgotten. Unfortunately all the local restuarants were hideous generic chains aimed at families with children and focussing on sweets and pop. ...

Parque Machia

A travel blog entry by littleal

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... walking upstream on stepping stones and lots of climbing. Upon approaching the cage I then shout 'Hola Tigre' so that she knows who's coming. She will greet you by pacing and miaowing a little bit and usually likes a bit of a stroke through the cage, which you invite her to accept by blowing on her face, if she starts rubbing the cage with her head she will accept affection (if not it isn't wise to stick fingers through the cage). Next I feed her about ...

A quick stop in Cochabamba

A travel blog entry by ashhigh

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... mattress street, this is the printing shop street' etc - certainly makes shopping around easy!

Next stop was the biggest statue of Christ in the world. Yes it's bigger than the 'Christ the Redeemer in Rio'. Of course it is on top of a large hill which we had read had a nice cable car that takes you to the top. We had also read that if you are feeling energetic there are also some steps, 1500 of them, that get you there also. The issue with these steps is that ...

What a difference a day makes!

A travel blog entry by upontheroof

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... Passing huge fields of quinoa, we stopped for the night at a hotel, in San Pedro de Quemes. The hotel is one of four in the area owned by the community-run, sustainable tourism Tayka project. Constructed from local stone, and making use of cactus wood for doors and locally woven cloth for soft furnishings, the hotels all rely on solar power. The dry stone walls marking the boundaries of small fields in the surrounding area were evocative of the west of Ireland.

Next day we ...

A True Bolivian Adventure!!

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

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... waiting for us since 3 pm since we had called earlier to make a reservation. Somehow we missed the fact that there had been a time change and that the buses had been leaving earlier during the rainy season. After a bit of a rough day, we were extremely grateful that the bus had waited, however sure that none of the others waiting on the bus were! We quickly bought snacks at the store next door, used the bathroom, and off we went.

The excitement began when we started ...

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