Parador Santa Maria la Real
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The city with 4 different names. In 1990 when I served my mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints I was assigned to Sucre as my first area. Here I learned the Spanish language, to eat the Bolivian food and more then anything it is here that I fell in love with the country and the Bolivian people. It is also considered the white …
It was actually Bev who uttered the words, 'Our bus can't be as bad as the death train', famous last words. Our bus was an hour late but finally arrived. It was by far the oldest, clapped out piece of **** we had ever seen! Not wanting to judge a book by its cover we put our bags underneath and boarded what will now be known as the death bus! The …
... that night we went to one of Sucre's best restaurants, run by a Belgian guy. We can attest that it was indeed a very nice place with excellent food and service. What's surprising though, travelling the world, is just how much Europeans have spread everywhere with their national cuisines; in particular the Italians with pizza and ice-cream, the Germans with their bakeries and the Irish with their pubs. ...
... dinosaur. The big tail was a slide and its neck going down to eat something was another slide. Tomorrow I'm ready to leave Sucre to go to the silver mines of Potosí.
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... only to have my nice walk disturbed by a kid who ran into my path tripping me up. It all happened so quickly I didn't think to protect my backpack and instead just brushed myself off and carried on. A couple of minutes later a man pointed out my bag was undone and I quickly realised I'd been hustled. My wallet and a bit of cash was gone but everything else remained untouched thankfully. I spent the rest of the afternoon completing the fun task of cancelling cards. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParador Santa Maria la Real Sucre
I felt like I was taking a step back in time as we entered into the hotel. THe rooms were set up colonial times. The view from our room was of the cathedral as the surrounding city. Special!!
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