What is Cochabamba known for?

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. The provincial capital is Sacaba, 11 km east of Cochabamba, its principal town is Villa Tunari (Villa Tunari, Bolivia), a popular tourist destination. Career In her early teens she moved to Oruro (Oruro, Bolivia), and started expressing herself through her songs. Once she went to a radio station and sang the national anthem of Bolivia, the only song in Spanish that she knew. Later on she was selected as the lead singer by a musical band that participated


who cannot commit to at least a month of time. Grants to organizations are administered by the volunteers themselves, so they know how the money is being used. *

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popular night spots - however noise isn't a problem while sleeping. Staff at the reception desk speak English, and are friendly. The room decor is outdated and the carpets need to be replaced. There is hot water and good water pressure. All the rooms have free Wi-Fi. On-site parking is available. The buffet breakfast is from 7AM until 10AM. Stay safe * Roving gangs of supposed glue sniffers (cleferos) are known to attack and rob people, especially at night. Stay on streets with ample

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café-bar, with a very friendly Italian owner. Great place to start the night. Cocktails 13-25Bs. Beer 13Bs. Does very good Italian dishes. *

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the final stop is also indicated line number to which it belongs. The busiest bus lines are: *Line "Q" (CBBA-QLLO) *Line "W" (CBBA-QLLO) *Line "3V" *Line "B" (Airport) *Line "X-10" *Line "36" *Line "1" *Line "30" *Line "13" *Line "Z-12" (CBBA-TIQUIPAYA) And the busiest taxi trufi lines are: *Taxi Trufi "110" *Taxi Trufi "260" (Cochabamba-Quillacollo Line) *Taxi Trufi "270

Bs. 25-35 (approx. US$3.50-5.00) depending on the distance. There is also a public bus "B" line that eventually makes it way to the center of town. Principal Airlines Boliviana de Aviación Boliviana de Aviación, often referred to simply as BoA, is Bolivia's flag carrier and largest airline. Prices for domestic flights are typically relatively inexpensive. From Cochabamba, BoA flies domestically to La Paz, Santa Cruz, Tarija, Cobija, Sucre

arts films

came about as Forster wanted to show oil had replaced gold as the most precious material. The producers rejected Haggis's idea that Vesper Lynd had a child, because "Bond was an orphan ... Once he finds the kid, Bond can't just

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café-bar, with a very friendly Italian owner. Great place to start the night. Cocktails 13-25Bs. Beer 13Bs. Does very good Italian dishes. *

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" (Cochabamba-Quillacollo Line) *Taxi Trufi "103" (Green line and White Line) *Taxi Trufi "106" (Tiquipaya Line) *Taxi Trufi "130" (Circular) *Taxi Trufi "209" (Circular) (Cochabamba-Quillacollo Line) *Taxi Trufi "123" *Taxi Trufi "224" (Sacaba Line) *Taxi Trufi "240" (Sacaba Line) *Taxi Trufi "244" (Sacaba Line) *Taxi Trufi "115" Basic services Cochabamba account generally higher quality basic

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. Heroinas 270, seemingly without regular opening times. * '''Gopal''', Calle Espana, Hot and cold Buffet lunch bet. 10-20bs., the homemade jugs of juice are delicious. Ordering off the menu is possible in the evening, but not as good. Beautiful open courtyard to sit in. * ''Copal'', Calle España 250 (Between Ecuador and Colombia) in the same courtyard as the Hostel Nawpa House Drink The best ''chicha'', fermented corn (or peach) based beverage, is said to come from the Cochabamba region


'''Cochabamba''' is a city in central Bolivia, located in a valley bearing the same name in the Andes mountain range. It is the capital (Capital (political)) of the Cochabamba Department and is the fourth largest city in Bolivia (list of cities in Bolivia) with approximate population of 1.938.401. (http: pdf boletin NP_2013_2.pdf) The name derives from a compound of the Quechua (Quechua languages) words ''qucha'', meaning "lake", and ''pampa'', "open plain". Diccionario Bilingüe Iskay simipi yuyayk'ancha pdf Residents of the city and surrounding areas are commonly referred to as ''Cochalas''. Cochabamba is known as the "City of Eternal Spring" and "The Garden City" due to its spring-like temperatures year round. It is also known as "La Llajta", "town" in Quechua.

The city is host to the first World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth.

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