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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One of the trickiest airports to land at due to high altitude (9528 ft) and possible cloud/fog in the mountains. I believe planes can only land from one direction, so the wind must comply. The planes skim the mountain tops and possible low visibility, just before the runway.
On our way out we were delayed …
... The Supreme Court is still in Sucre as of today, and due to the rising tensions of East versus West in Bolivia, Sucre is once again claiming to be the legitimate capital of Bolivia. I believe that this government building that I pass every day is the Supreme Court building.
After passing the government building I cut through the Plaza 25 de Mayo, which is a commemoration to gaining their independence after the revolution. It is undoubtedly the central hub ...
... it. He didn't look at any of my documents except my passport. I stood there for a moment expecting more and hoping he would revel in my organizational skills but I quickly moved on when I knew that wasn't going to happen. Once I got to the baggage claim most of the luggage was gone. I looked through all of the remaining suitcases but I couldn't find my backpack. This was my first experience losing luggage and to be honest, after all the anxiety from the day before I really didn't mind; ...
... a sort of general assistants to the public. A group of very kind people, who know what's going on in the city and know the hotels and attractions. A walking tourist guide. Quite a smart invention. Within 30 minutes we have found a perfect hotel just off the main square at a reasonable price, La Posada. The cars can be parked safely during the night, behind a gate in the block across the street. All these buildings are constructed around secluded courts, used ...
... toilet paper even in restaurants or paid for toilets was just naive…bring your own wherever you go !
2) You will get food poisoning whilst travelling through Bolivia. Our experience : True…only one of of us got it (guess who), and only on the very last day, but yes, unadvoidable. Admittedly we didn’t stick to the « only brush your teeth with bottled water » advice, but who really does that ???