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My husband and I stayed at Casa Verde B&B for 2 nights. Rene, the Belgium owner is the friendliest and most helpful host we've encountered since we started traveling in South America 3 month ago.
The hostel is very conviniently located only 3 blocks from...More
My girlfriend and I stayed at Casa Verde for 2 weeks while studying spanish in one of the local schools. The owner Rene is a really friendly guy that makes you feel at home at once and is a fountain of knowledge on Sucre. The...More
We planned to stay a week but stayed three! Rene is great, got up to let us in at 5.30am on our arrival from Tupiza, and from that moment on we felt at 'home'.
Breakfast is wonderful, juice, fruit, bacon and eggs and breads and...More
Rene is a good host and cooks the eggs and bacon. Coffee is good, not the standard Bolivian black water. The price encludes breakfast. Other placed do not and charge more or a little less, If you buy breakfast at a resturant it will cost...More
We were absolutely amazed by the service, facilities and value during our stay at Casa Verde. René and his staff were incredibly accommodating (breakfast was delicious-scrambled eggs and bacon!) and friendly at all times. The renovated colonial house is clean and comfortable, affording visitors a...More
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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.