Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... not like to get in. Maybe not worth to me and some to have pay admission fee.
1. Museo Centro de Turismo Comuntario, Cetur. Not want to go in.
2. Museo Costumbrista. It looks good, tho. Not want to go in.
3. Museo Nacional de Etnografia y Folklore as known MUSEF. Free admission fee and prohibited photos inside. That's awesome for the masks face dancing where is the located in Bolivia. I wish have photos of each masks. Some scary of faces.
4. Alcaldia ...
... if we had some idea of what era/area they belong too. There were some colourful outfits and reminded me of what I'd expect Niki Minaj to wear if indeed she actually wore clothes.
I had a few beers and got my disco shoes on and it was just nice. I'd been having a bit of a weird day otherwise with a feeling I can't quite pin point. ...
... pasta. Once the children had left we offered to do the washing up (in cold water), one of the ladies that ran the place came in and told us we were being very quiet.. Don't think she expected us to out some music on and have a massive sing song in the kitchen... We definitely provided some entertainment. Back in sucre Nat and I went up to the view point which looked over the city. We then headed back down passing soooo many Beetle ...
... being a fair bit older than 6000 years old where these beasts once walked, it was all a bit tacky and without being able to look at the largest dig site in the world it was all a little under done, on the upside the the mini bus ride being stared at the whole time reminded me I was really in the outskirts of town and the ramshackle way of life out there was interesting to look at.
Also of note was a ripping good weekend celebrating the completion of my studies and ...
... However the next day we arrived with plenty of time to spare.
We wandered around the Dinosaur Park where there are lots of to scale models of dinosaurs, including a massive one of a Titanosaurus, accompanied by a soundtrack of roars. Then we were led down into the cement factory grounds and to the huge wall (1.5km long by over 100m high) where the tracks of the dinosaurs had been discovered. The wall which had originally been horizontal ...