Hostal Patrimonio

Calle Matos No. 62, Potosi, Bolivia | Hotel
Prices starting from $56.00

Travel Blogs from Potosi

Three disadvantages of solo travel

A travel blog entry by gaelstigant


... I was seated next to a Bolivian guy called Christi. He spoke no English and my Spanish is pretty much limited to 'Un vaso de vino tinto, por favor.' Yet within 30 seconds of me sitting down he demanded my Facebook, Twitter and Whatsapp details. What happened to getting me a glass of vino tinto first, eh? It turned out Christi smelt like an alpaca farm and had a fondness for playing Spanish love ballads via the speaker on his smart ...

Cerro Rico

A travel blog entry by kirstinf


... even during the day many parts didn't feel safe. It wasn't a comfortable feeling then, when walking home from dinner, to turn around and find the group isn't behind you anymore- oh, and I was a little but lost, oopsie! Fortunately my meager Spanish got me safely back to the hotel, which I was very happy to see. Despite wandering around outside of Kansas by myself in the dark- I still don't have any tally changes to report ...

The Gateway to hell "vale un Potosi"

A travel blog entry by coco89


... that we wanted to have at a rooftop cafe recommended by the lonely planet. However, once again we were disappointed as the cafe simply didn't exist anymore. Regardless we were lucky to be let in so that we could still enjoy an impressive view over the city before going back to the hostel to pick up Caro for a German reunion over dinner. As the LP (lonely planet) recommended Pizzeria was closed until 7, we stuck with what we knew and ended up at the koala cafe ...

Searching for that silver lining

A travel blog entry by philandmups


... of squash, coca leaves (which Andeans chew all day long to stave off the affects of altitude whilst enabling you to work for longer) and notebooks for their children. My theory is these "gringo gifts" help appease the miners whose work place is invaded daily by curious tourists coming to gawp at their working conditions. But I was more than happy to oblige. After a quick tour of one of the refineries (absolutely no health and safety in operation there!) we were bused up to one ...

Salt flats

A travel blog entry by rohanfariss

Started our salt flats tour. Saw a train graveyard, the salt flats and Cactus island. Stayed in a hotel made completely out of salt including the beds but luckily not the mattress. Spent the evening having beers by a fire down the road. At one point 3 drunk Bolivian border officials arrived. We did our best to talk to them and bought one, Cortez a ...

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This hotel, located on Calle Matos No. 62, Potosi, is near Potosi Mine and San Francisco of Potosi Convent and Temple - Convento y Templo "San Francisco" de Potosí.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good