Hotel Real Audiencia

Address: Calle Potosi 142, Sucre, Bolivia | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Sucre

        Harry Nearly Gets Eaten by a Plastic Dinosaur

        A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Nov 07, 2015

        ... did other dinosaur tasks. Dinosaurs, as any good paeleantologist will tell you, were bleedin massive, as is the technical terminology. So when they stomped and froclicked around the place, they left footprints. Over the millions of years the lake disappeared and the footprints became buried and fossilised, but when in 1948 an earthquake hit the region, they were revealed once more.

        'Crikey.' said the paeleantologists, 'There's a ...

        Sucre-the Madrid of Bolivia...& feisty old ladies!

        A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Oct 13, 2015

        32 photos

        ... hostel, Casa Verde, had inevitably shot its prices up since the Lonely Planet book was published in 2013... Now it was sadly out of our price range... DAMN IT. The receptionist clearly felt sorry for us, all tired and desperate for sleep, that she kindly suggested we try the hostel next door which may be "more in our price range"... Clearly we're not classy (rich) enough for the posh pool! Luckily, the very kind gentlemen next door appeared just before we ...

        On Reality and Returning

        A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Oct 02, 2015

        7 photos

        ... shopping (things get more expensive once I head south to Chile!), or treat ourselves to an ice cream or pedicure (mani/pedi for only $8!). And before Sucre, we adventured to Toro Toro National Park, a little-visited rock-strewn wasteland where dinosaur footprints were recently discovered. As we trekked alongside T-Rex, brontosaurus and pterodactyl footprints to secret swimming holes and intense cave descents, we sang silly songs, talked about what we ...

        Back to school in Sucre...

        A travel blog entry by thaila_frank on Sep 29, 2015

        2 comments, 95 photos

        ... no English guide, no English explanations or anything in English, it was the most boring museum ever. Many paintings of assumingly important people and some official Spanish documents that turned out to be the declaration of independency. After 15 mins of trying to guess who the persons were and what the explanations meant, we left and started searching for our second activity: the San Filippe church.
        The church turned out to be pretty difficult to ...

        A week of studies

        A travel blog entry by colleen.c-jayne on Jul 11, 2015

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... university was founded in 1624, which means it older than Harvard (1636). It was intended to provide education for the law and theology. In the early 19th century the staff of USFX were supporters the revolution, occurring on May 25, 1809, which ultimately lead to the independence of all the Spanish colonies. Until the early decades of the 20th century the faculty was very famous and highly regarded throughout South America.

        As I continue my walk to class ...