Hotel Santa Maria La Antigua

Address: Buena Vista (La Arboleda), Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Buena Vista (La Arboleda), Santa Cruz.
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        Concepcion and Santa Cruz de la Sierra

        A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Apr 28, 2015

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        ... he takes a good look at my picture, looks at the driver, who happens to be Maarten, checks with his colleague if a RHD is allowed here and hands back the papers. Politely wishing us buon viaje. Santa Cruz is some city. Locals pronounce it as Santa Cru (kroe in Dutch). A mix of rich and poor. A lot of garbage in the streets. But also top of the bill shopping centers, rich fenced houses in well to do quarters. We get to see quite a bit of it as we ...

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        A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 23, 2014

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        ... real dinosaur evidence before and we both thought it was pretty cool. Although I have to admit they were smaller than I expected! Maybe the mud shrunk when it dried? Sadly, these footprints are essentially dried mud on a vertical incline and the hill is not very slowly deteriorating. They are trying to stabilize it but with the rains and heat it is still crumbling away. I think in total we were there about 1 hour and 15 minutes but it was just perfect. And it got us out of town for a ...

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        A travel blog entry by bertilemmes on Oct 22, 2014

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        ... Challapata-Macha-Ravelo in the north and Río Mulato-Potosí-Betanzos in the south.

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        A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Jun 30, 2014

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        ... grids. Each time it died, the group of us clinging on for dear life were thrown forward and ended up in a heap. My right arm hasn't felt the same since. At the 'bus stop' - a term I use very loosely as we were stood at the edge of a field, in the rain, being eaten by mosquitos - a group of us discovered we were all heading in the same direction and teamed up. By the time I arrived in Corumba - a sad sort of town on the edge of the border - there were solo travellers from ...

        Uyuni to La Paz to Santa Cruz to Quijarro

        A travel blog entry by mattandelisha on Feb 03, 2013

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        Today was always going to be a big one. We were leaving Uyuni and finally tonight would make our way close to the border of Brazil. I had ordered a taxi for 06:20 to take us to the airport. So we got up packed up our bags and went to meet the taxi.

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