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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... I got stoned with Lorenzo haha. We all just chilled out in his room until 4am. Speaking to him and learning about his life and perspectives was so mind opening. It's honestly the reason to travel. He was so chilled and free and genuine. Just chasing happiness and actually trying to help people. I loved it. Rose was hilarious in the room. Mandy and steph both had one puff of the joint, which meant Lorenzo gave it to me to smoke before the border haha. Not a bad ...
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... dem Autodach behelfsmäßig mit einem Seil angemacht wurden. Kristian und ich zogen diese noch einmal richtig fest und hofften das noch alle Rucksäcke in Sucre auf dem Autodach sein werden.
Wir baten den Fahrer sich etwas zu beeilen, da wir noch vor der Rally durchkommen wollten. Dieser ließ sich aber nicht stressen. So kam es wie es kommen musste, ein paar Autos vor uns wurde die Straße nach Sucre gesperrt für die Rally. Nun hieß es erst mal warten, bis ...
... to and we say as easily as we can, 'bus terminal'. He looks at us blankly and we repeat it three seperate times saying it slightly differently each time to no success. I try to signal to him just drive I'll direct but he's still confused. We whip the Google maps out and show him and he says 'ah si, terminal'. Seriously? That's exactly what we said. He drives us the two minutes up the road and round the corner and tries to sting us 15 bolivianos. I just laugh and ...
... 8230;.which again felt liberating in the opposite way ;) First thing we did was finally rent a car to explore the surroundings of Salta for 3 days.
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