Santa Rita Apart Hotel

C. Buenos Aires No. 886, Cochabamba, 1234, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cochabamba


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

... a Bolivian “Italian” pizzeria but might as well have missed out Italian as no resemblance – hideous tasteless non-seasoned tomato, cheap and tasteless mozzarella – none of the advertised onion, basil, garlic or anchovies, the latter replaced by anchovetas, what they call sardines here. Absolutely horrible and not cheap – none of the beer on the menu available, no black pepper, no chilli flakes, poor staff, couldn’t care less ...

Parque Machia

A travel blog entry by littleal


... of grass and she vomits in front of me, then we play with a toy that looks like a fishing rod with a ball of wool at the end of it. I thought this sounded a bit patronising at first but the ocelot loves it. Then when she's calmed down I go to the door of her cage and attach her to the lead. This is a complicated procedure in which she has to lie against a hole in the chicken wire and get hooked on to the carabena, then stand at the side of the door, ...

A quick stop in Cochabamba

A travel blog entry by ashhigh


... Bolivians had realised that if a tourist is half way up the steps, and they jump out and curiously ask you if you have any valuables on you, the innocent tourist then realises he is pretty much trapped. With 750 steps to safety in either direction, they are forced to hand over everything they have. Those clever bas***ds hey!? It was well reported in the guide books and the internet that this is a high risk so we were definitely taking the cable car!

The only ...

What a difference a day makes!

A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... into the desert. We had stunning views of Volcan Ollague, Bolivia’s only active volcano, and were thrilled to see a plume of smoke rising from below its summit. Strange landscapes of solidified lava unfolded before us and the trail wound past lakes, on the shores of which, we saw large white deposits of borax. Rising at 5.00am the following day, we visited the Geyser de Sol de Manana, a huge, noisy geyser, that was bellowing thick clouds of steam high into the cold morning ...

A True Bolivian Adventure!!

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... Thus far, we have not seen a properly paved road in Bolivia, but this road is especially “Bolivian,” comprised of mud, rockslides and river crossings without bridges, except on one occasion where we did notice a bridge, but in this case, the river water level was higher than the bridge itself. This was all well and good until the “road” began to hug a cliff alongside a deep canyon, right at the time when the sun began to set. The five of us had chosen to ...


This hotel, located on C. Buenos Aires No. 886, Cochabamba, is near Palacio Portales, Museo Arqueologico de la Universidad, and Valle Alto.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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