Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre

Address: Calle Grau 154, Sucre, 5914, Bolivia | Inn
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    Travel Blogs from Sucre

    Spanish lessons and being able to breathe again

    A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Apr 04, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... EF teacher who has joined us, David, set off for the highest town in the world, Potosi. We will decide from there what area of the salt flats to go to (Google Uyuni) for a 3 day tour before heading to Lake Titicaca, then La Paz again and then pulling into Cuzco, Peru. On April 17 I will fly out to Boston to stay with my mums cousin and begin the tour of USA which I CANNOT WAIT for.

    thats about all for now, thanks for reading and please comment below!

    Sucre, Bolivia's Capital

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Mar 19, 2015

    23 photos

    ... All of the advice we'd read was that you could obtain a local bus to the Parque Cretacico by catching the number 4 outside of the cathedral, on the main plaza. Not so. You can catch a bus which leaves 3 times a day from outside the cathedral, or you can catch a number 4 bus from elsewhere in the city. So once we'd figured that out we were on our way! The bus dropped us off at a sign which said the park was 'aqui' (here), though there was no obvious entrance. ...


    A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 23, 2015

    1 comment

    ... last night. In the afternoon, I finish my second book of the trip, prison diaries of an Englishman in Bolivia, great read.

    The landscape outside is routinely incredible, starting with big mountains and valleys, all quite fertile. As the journey continues, the landscape dries out, each of the tuft of hardy looking green stuff keeps a respectable distance from its neighbour surrounded by an amount of very dry looking dusty mud.

    There is ...

    Chill day in Sucre

    A travel blog entry by hils80 on Feb 10, 2015

    ... too but lonely planet place with pizza wasn't open. Eventually found a place but had to send my glass of wine back as it was gross! Changed it for a juice. Had steak sandwich with chips, by time done nearly 10 already. Bought water from shop then went back to hostel. Put trainers out on balcony to dry and u thought I'd made sure they were undercover in case it rained. Borrowed hostel laptop and loaded death road photos onto Facebook then went to ...

    The Sweet White City in Carnival!

    A travel blog entry by pocomonoloco on Feb 05, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... to gain independance because of the silver mine in Potosi. There were a lot of Spanish there who were obviously reluctant to give up the wealth in the mines! It fought in the bloodiest war with Paraguay over access to the river for trade, and lost. However, it ended up with lots of prisoners of war, enough to build the Death Road that we would later cycle down in la Paz.

    Currently Bolivia has it's first indeginous president, who is not ...