Hotel Briggs

Address: Calle Washington 1206, Oruro, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Washington 1206, Oruro, is near El Cristo de la Concordia, Toro Toro National Park, Laguna Angostura, and Amboró National Park.
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        Travel Blogs from Oruro

        La Paz to Oruro -a mammoth journey

        A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Nov 03, 2015

        1 comment, 50 photos

        ... around it but the main reason for visiting is to see La Fuerte, ruins going back to 400 AD which had been home to many different peoples over the centuries. It is one of the places where Erich von Danniken proposed aliens might have landed. The ruins consist of low walls and foundations of numerous buildings of different ages but the main interest is the huge carved rock which is divided into a number of temples and is covered with carvings of animals.

        After ...

        Day 87/164: Stage 68 Patacamaya to Oruro 118km

        A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Oct 05, 2015

        10 photos

        ... shower and toilets - rather than having to use a shovel to dig a hole. And this is only day 2 of a 7 day stretch...... Personally I often prefer outside nature toilets to some of the toilets we have had to use at some of the more formal camping places or hostels we have camped at.

        A great sunset ...

        Carnaval in Oruro

        A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 17, 2015

        1 comment, 29 photos

        ... for another hotel in Uyuni before and had the opportunity to buy this hotel some two years ago. At that time there were only three hotels in Uyuni, now there are 15. It indicates how fast tourism is growing, but the question is how the local people can benefit from it. The bigger hotels are all in foreign hands and local people seem to have a problem with long term planning. They convert their money into alcohol immediately and live by the day. At least that seems to ...

        Oso, Devils, Drums.... it's Carnival Bolivia style

        A travel blog entry by pocomonoloco on Feb 14, 2015

        5 photos

        ... as only left at 10pm, and when I saw out VIP seating my initial thought was back to my expectations management. This was Bolivia. The fact we had seats of a sort was VIP enough. It was actually like a wooden football stadium seating with a kind of cushion, but the person who sat behind you bearly had room for their feet, so the idea of seating for 13 hours seemed madness. Fortunately we were with another ...


        A travel blog entry by steveclark on Feb 14, 2015

        5 photos

        ... had to retreat to the indoors, we found a cafe and ordered a cup of tea! I asked for tea with milk and what I got was quite surprising. A cup of warm with a tea bag. It's safe to say it was the milkiest tea I've ever had. We then went back to the festivities and ended up joining our new 'Bolivian Family' again. This time they even more generous. I had 2 beers, a sausage sandwich, and regular sips of there Coca-cola/alcohol drinks! One of the guys ...