Hotel Real Audiencia

Calle Potosi 142, Sucre, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Potosi 142, Sucre.
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Travel Blogs from Sucre

Sucre, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by jarred.c on Aug 06, 2014

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... travels.. Went to the markets and bought ourselves a couple of flags, looked for fireworks but had no luck. Back at hostel met a few more good Aussie dudes, which turned out they had just bought a whole lot of fireworks. So they gave us a few in exchange for beers later in the night Yeeeow. This is where the kiwis took charge. There is a massive mountain/hill on the edge of the city that has a big cliff/rock face. Me and mike have been eyeing it up ever ...

Calle de Muerte

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Jul 19, 2014

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... still see wreckage if you look off some of the cliffs, hence the name: Death Road. We didn't see any wreckage, but we did see graves. Thankfully now there's a new, safer road that the Bolivians use leaving Death Road to be repurposed to tourists.... and downhill mountain biking. Groovy baby. We were picked up at 6am and traveled for an hour or so to the top of the valley. Here, were sized up for the proper mountain bike (Rocky Mountain Bicycle frames might ...

Back in the Sun & Bolivia closing thoughts

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Jul 16, 2014

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... they always undercook chips, which when they come with most meals is not ideal.
But to end on a positive, as one should, the activities are outstanding. Late Titicaca and Isla del Sol touch on the paradisial, El Salar de Uyuni must be in the top 5 tours in the world, and the town of Sucre is gorgeous. All that said, one canīt help but feel that with a little TLC and planning the traveller experience could be much smoother.

Skeptical on the Dinosaur Footprints

A travel blog entry by tamararae on Jul 10, 2014

First thing on the agenda today is to find a new hotel. We had breakfast – white bread and jam again. I am beginning to actually enjoy black Ceylon tea – I can't stomach black instant coffee though. Breakfast was a bit of a treat as last night at the markets I bought 2 avocados to have instead of jam. The lady charged me 10 bolivianos (less than $2) and Tom thought I got ripped off. I probably did but they were ...

Bolivia Part Two: Hitching in High Places

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jul 05, 2014

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... changed us and then had the nerve to ask if we had paid, topping it all off with the sweetest of smiles.

We spent one night in Copacabana and the following morning took a three hour boat ride to Isla del Sol. This is a an island in the midst of the waters of Lake Titicaca, 14.3 square kilometres in size. It was regarded as a sacred refuge by the Incas and Aymara people and today is a place to explore the many Inca ruins left behind. Apart from the ...