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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... brand new German built cars. The man who drives his £50,000 BMW X6 will eat his four course lunch and pay the equivalent of £1.50. This is just one example of the fusion of modern and traditional Bolivia has to offer (something Marja didn't notice 13 years ago when she was last here).
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My opinion is the South American"gringo trail" no longer exists as more South Americans than gringos are on the trail of this well beaten ...
... markets and felt right at home w the rest of Peru and Bolivia. The main square and town offers plenty of restaurants, some of which we certainly over ordered at - Churrasco grill, Mexican, tapas and many set menus for no more than 30bolivianos or $5 Christmas Eve: The group went into the Silver Mine and visited the working miners. We bought the miners cigarettes, alcohol and coca leaves. Their average life span ...
... reason for visiting this town was to see the mine that was a popular tourist attraction. Unfortunately, and what really annoyed Aurelie, was that it was closed on a Sunday. It meant we our planned two nights, we would not get to visit it. We are on a bit of a time limit now, with our visa for Bolivia expiring on the 22nd and our hotel for Christmas booked in Antofagasta on the 24th. With the let down of knowing we couldn't visit the mine, we spent most of Sunday resting, ...
... 8:30 in the night. I reserved a number of 13 seat upper in the front of window. The duration will be about 14 hours! It's my first long ride on the bus in the South America.
in the hours from noon to 2:30PM are all closed. So current in my room to search the Internet surf then will go out before 2:30 to look for the museums. And try to find how to get three to Cerro Rico (rich mountain) for photo of view Potosi.
went to the ...
... 20 years, at which point Potosi will be an out and out ghost town, so it really is a place with no future.
We left Potosi with mixed feelings but we were very happy we did the mine tour as it was the main reason for visiting the town.
Next on the agenda was Uyuni to do the salt flat tour into the Atacama desert and over the boarder into Chile.
See you there! ...