Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
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... if we don't move... No, no, no, it's OK, it's just the museum speakers playing dinosaur noises to make it seem more realistic. Phew! For a minute there I thought one of those plastic dinosaurs was going to eat me. They do look pretty viscious with their big gnashing teeth and slashy claws.
To be fair, the museum was kind of fun. Small, but fun. And disappointing that you can't get that close to the real attraction, which is the ...
... s prettiest city and it was here that Bolivian independence was declared from the Spanish in 1825... So it is the official capital city of Bolivia, however, La Paz, is where the government and treasury are located. Sucre is unsurprisingly so pretty due to it being a Unesco World Heritage Site, since 1991, which strictly controls development of the city. There are also quite a few universities here, which explains the bustling streets full of students ...
... my sister's who is letting me stay with him. Then, my boyos (my dear neighbors from Long Beach, Brandon and Freddy) come down to kick off thier big South American adventure and we'll spend a few days together before my parents arrive. My parents and I will spend two weeks in Patagonia, then I'll take off once they leave to the wine country of Argentina, and then meet back up with my boyos for my last two weeks in Buenos Aires and the beaches of Uruguay. I can't ...
... white with towers and much more. Can’t really describe it. Just check the pics down here.
We found a nice place where we sat for about an hour and enjoyed the view of the church and city.
On Sunday we went to a local Market called Tarabuco. During the 1,5 hour drive we finally saw some of the breathtaking Bolivian Landscape. Mountains, Valleys and little villages build with of houses of clay. (Yes, you ...
On Sunday morning we fly from LaPaz to Sucre. Sucre became the capital of Bolivia when it's independence was declared here in 1825 after 16 years of war. In the Spanish colonial style, the main square is a busy gathering area for locals and is surrounded by beautiful Sucre Cathedral, and the House of Freedom where independence was declared.. Sucre sits at an elevation of 9,000 feet; I can breathe again!! and it is warmer. Most of the buildings in the old ...