Parador Santa Maria la Real
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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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... cards listening to the chilli peppers. To die for! Went to the market with Rez and steph and enjoyed a rooftop lunch. Facetimed with ryan :) The night bus was **** at the start because steph and I felt so sick, but then we sat in the isles with Liz and played a massive game of 20 questions, and the a name that tune game! Lots of fun and laughs. Didn't sleep well, dreamt about going back to work at the pizza shop and everything being so different. ...
... waited for the lunch time tour of the foot prints. They were less than impressive really. And they are still mining limestone less than 100m away from the archeological site causing erosion. Each evening once the bell rang at 6pm we would head off to find a drink or two usually at Kultur Cafe Berlin and play some cards and wind down after class. We would then go and find dinner. There is lots of good food in sucre. We visited an Italian place twice called ...
... even though finally it feels hot! I have starved myself of water too as there are no toilets and they don't stop for breaks. Hopefully we will arrive soon and I can drink a litre of water! I got talking to the lady. She was so funny. She was having a go at the old lady behind us telling her to **** the window because she has a sore throat. She then saw me typing on my blog and asked me all about my iPad. Then she was asking me where I was from. When I told her she asked ...
... America it is a private operation, but they give extremely good information. About everything, not only the things they sell or get a fee for. Of course they appreciate it when you buy some of their merchandise. The owner, Marco, a Swiss guy, and his assistant, a Bolivian girl, give us what we need for the next leg of our journey. One important piece of advice is about an additive to the diesel when we go to Uyuni, which is above 4.000 meters. Temperatures there may be ...
... maws beautiful and being only 4 just enhanced the whole experiences. We were even lucky with the weather, everything was so laid back, peaceful, and perfect. The nicely prepared picnic on the colourful blanket, the dinner and breakfast prepared in the old fashion primitive kitchen. A wonderful city get away for sure. Sucre is also a good place to observe life. Take a few hours of Spanish for only 35 bolivianos per hour. Walk around getting lost in the mercado, which is one big ...