Casa Hermanos Manchego

Address: Calle Hermanos Manchego #2551, La Paz, 2093, Bolivia | B&B
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This B&B, located on Calle Hermanos Manchego #2551, La Paz, is near Iglesia de San Francisco, Cerro Rico, Plaza Murillo, and Casa Nacional de la Moneda.
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      Travel Blogs from La Paz

      Walking in the highest capital of the world....

      A travel blog entry by guillytor on Dec 21, 2014

      ... of La Paz.

      Crossing more posh areas and the first motorway we saw we arrived to the "valley". Here erosion has done its part transforming this otherwise rock formation into a series of strange shapes giving the rocks a cactus like shape, acceses are in no bad condition.

      Back in La Paz we spent the rest of the day shopping souvenirs and other stuff Yovanna was crazy about.

      Tomorrow we are heading back to Puno.

      Chasing waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Dec 16, 2014

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      ... the edge you can see the wreckage of a bus that did not make it to its destination. After that section it became much easier. The road was smoother and there were much fewer rocks. I relaxed a lot and ended up having so much fun. The thrill of biking down the road, speeding around blind curves where there may be a rock, a vehicle or a landslide is indescribable. Knowing that so many have perished on this road doing the same thing gives you a weird sense of mortality ...

      Day 37 - 110mph through remote Bolivian villages

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 26, 2014

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      ... items from the frantic, arm waving and distracted victim.

      Grateful for their concern, I shoved everything into my bag and wore it around my front as they prescribed. I didn't want a luminous doughnut. I wasn't the least bit hungry. But I felt I owed it to them. We had been talking for at least 15 minutes and no one had come by to buy anything in that time. I chose a red doughnut, thanked them and walked back towards the hostel. On the way back I passed a ...

      La Paz

      A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Nov 23, 2014

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      ... not just working class. It's considered really bad in Bolivia to be lazy so this identity proclaims that I'm a worker, I have a business, I'm a success.

      I walked round the markets, where i counted as many as 16 different types of potato (remember that Peru was originally the home of the potato and that Sir Francis Drake first brought it to England. Some of them looked like red and yellow cherries, others were bright purple, others red etc) ...

      La Paz, Bolivia

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 13, 2014

      34 photos

      ... sites like cathedrals and government buildings but also to the food market and the witches market and it started outside the San Pedro jail which is rather famous. The jail houses some excessive number of inmates and their families (yes, wives and children). They are rather lax on security and inside is apparently it's own city with coffee shops, restaurants and barbers. There is some day pass program which allows inmates to leave during the day. And they make money so they can ...