San Marino Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Sucre
... and relaxed. Really enjoy Liz's company! We went quad biking at 2pm! It was a lot of fun and the tour went for 4 hours! Got back after 6 feeling filthy, tired and sore! The views were amazing and we saw so many animals! Donkeys, little black pigs, sheep, cows, mountain goats, chickens and lots of dogs. The dogs would chase the tired and scare steph and I haha. It's was like the Bolivian countryside, all mountains and hills and a great view of the city. It ...
... After much hunting for this restaurant we eventually found the closed door of the owners house and rung the door bell. An Italian guy answered the door and before long we were in pasta heaven. One evening after class we ran into the cousins from Tarija who were in Sucre for a dance competition, after having coffee with them we headed to Tentaciones for some dinner. Saturday was our last day of school, we had opted for a morning class to free up the rest of the day ...
... if they were expensive etc etc. She was very funny. Anyway she then got off and we arrived about 6pm. I have a hostel for two nights and it's only £4 a night so let's hope it's nice. I'm deciding how long I will stay. I'll definitely be here until Monday but I might stay until Tuesday. Today I went walking around the city it is pretty with white painted colonial buildings and quite a lot of churches. The city was pretty busy today as there is a big car race on today ...
Sucre is the constitutional capital of Bolivia as when Potosi was prosperous with silver from the Cerro Rico Sucre was the closest city where all the rich lived. Now goverment has moved to La Paz and it is recognised as the capital of Bolivia.
Sucre is a UNESCO world heritage site and called the white city as many buildings are white washed in the old parts of ...
... joys in staying one place for a while. To return to the market, explorer, getting lost in there and end up with multiple small bags of fruit, veggies and so on. And in sucre life is everywhere, and more intense and full of life. Everyone seems to be walking in a slow pace, rumour has it, that men here are particularly lazy. No surprise. I always see the woman carrying everything, while the husband walks careless in front, maybe with a child in hand. In Bolivia they have many ...