San Marino Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the dinosaurs learned to breed. No such trouble with Cretacious Park, as any good scientician will tell you that the reproductive capabilities of plastic are minimal. They pretty much just stand there at Cretacious Park.
But wait what's that? I heard a noise! It kind of sounded like a dinosaur roaring! Perhaps they're coming to life! Oh no! Run away, run for your life! No don't, stand still, their vision is based on movement, they won't ...
... churches... It really didn't feel like we were in Bolivia anyway! The towns and cities we had seen in Bolivia so far had looked and felt nothing like this... Dirty, ugly, chaotic, dusty 'Wild West' towns, full of litter and stray yappy dogs/chickens running around. However, Sucre felt civilised... Not to criticise Bolivia's other towns, as these represent the REAL Bolivia... Which in itself is an authentic experience not to be dismissed. Sucre is ...
... and the life I am living. This is my real life for now, and soon it will change, as it always does. Coming home will just be the next step in my unfolding journey of living and growing. My last two months are going to be very exciting. Next up is the Uyuni Salt Flats, which for many people is their favorite place in all of South America. Then to Santiago to get some work done on my new career idea (more on that to come!) and spend time with a mutual ...
... the beauty and vibrancy of Sucre. You could bring a book but I like to simply sit and people-watch for a while. Sometimes, while sitting there, you are treated with musical or theatrical performances. In the center of the park stands a statue of the famous libertador and Bolivia's first president, Antonio Josť de Sucre. I have been reading a book that I found in the house titled "Informe Defensorial: 24 de mayo de 2008, Sucre." From it I learned that the Plaza ...
... can't be bothered to even move let alone chat or be funny. Nonetheless after a lovely chill we head back down to our hotel and progress to an incredible dinner in Florin, more bill debacles aside. After that we try a cheeky bit of salsa in joy ride, and I am less bad at the basics. Some cheeky fake corona destroyed we head back to the room for a sorta early night. Though we try for a lie in the hotel seems to wash its dished behind my headboard so we fail a ...