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okay, maybe not that hard but my 12yo son definately appreciated propery cooked eggs, tasty bread and non watered down juice. We spent nights in a room (USD45) which opened onto the courtyard. Our room had a loft which contained a double bed and aqnother...More
This hostel is in a great location central to the old town area of Sucre. The hostel is clean with plenty of places to sit and relax both indoors and outdoors. There is WIFI, computers for use by guests and a great breakfast including eggs...More
Tired of stressful Bolivia, packed buses, blocked roads and dodgy taxi drivers? Casa Verde is the perfect place to spend some time recovering from the hustle and bustle of Bolivia. The rooms are very nice, very clean, very well sized (ours @ $30 a night...More
This is simply a great place to stay, clearly the best one in our entire trip. And guess what, the price range is very cheap. Sometimes you pay what you get, here you get a lot for what you pay.
The bedrooms are very quiet,...More
Stayed here just one night but would have liked to have had the time to stay longer.
Rene who runs the place was very helpful.
The b&b has a nice common area with two computers for guest use and a kitchen that you can use....More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$24 - US$70 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This will be an issue for you just about everywhere in Sucre (if not Bolivia generally). I managed to succeed with a few Skype calls at Casa Verde from my room, with my computer hugging the window, but it often didn't work... More
This will be an issue for you just about everywhere in Sucre (if not Bolivia generally). I managed to succeed with a few Skype calls at Casa Verde from my room, with my computer hugging the window, but it often didn't work.
Another visitor there and I decided that the problem was more an issue of internet in Sucre rather than at Casa Verde. At certain times of the day the service everywhere gets very slow and there's some logic behind the pattern of it working and not working (like when children are let out of school) but it's a thing for sure.
Maybe another place will work better but Casa Verde is a jewel of a place to stay and I'm not too sure the internet elsewhere is going to be much better (maybe if you find a place that has it's won line). Good luck.