Hotel Viru Viru
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Viru Viru Santa Cruz
245 bolivianos/night with pool, clean spacious room and breakfast. Electrical heated shower, and our toilet was a bit broken (which got fixed after a day). 2 blocks from plaza - good choice.
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... UNESCO world heritage site due to it's large collection of well maintained colonial architecture. As usual, there is an abundance of cathedrals. All painted white. There is a rule in the city centre that all buildings must be either painted or pressure washed once a year. The streets seemed a bit cleaner too. Although that may be stretching the truth! There is a large young adult population in town so I assume it must be a university destination. There were lots of restaurants, ...
... around the table and talking for hours before heading to town. We didn't make it far as we found a lovely cafe with an amazing menu and prices. We did have nice conversations and even decided to travel together for a bit.
The guy from San Diego met a local girl who invited him and his friends (the NY girl and me) to a private, local Halloween party.
This Bolivian girl could speak English, which is a ...
... s roll from one point of view for 24 hrs.
I 'm using my eyes and my mind to make a 24/7, 365 days a year, continuous impression of this amazing panorama that was offered to me by Bolivia, by Sucre, by the 'case pueblo' and by my host & friend Ryan. What a film that would make? Boring to most, probably. Enlightening to the ...
... for a city so big there are very few tall
buildings. We then walked to a large park area where we saw a break dancing
concert. It was a bit strange to hear the Afro American rap music that was the
backing for Bolivian break dancing. That night we had dinner in a rooftop
restaurant overlooking the main plaza and the warmer temperature meant it was
very pleasant outside.