Casa Hermanos Manchego

Calle Hermanos Manchego #2551, La Paz, 2093, Bolivia | B&B
Prices starting from $54.00

Travel Blogs from La Paz

The Highest Capital City in the World

A travel blog entry by jl_bigtrip


We cruise into La Paz around 5:30pm. We come into the city across the Alto Flats from Lake Titicaca. La Paz is in the valley that starts at the Alto and stretches down towards to Mt Illamani. As we drive in it forms a perfect frame to the city.

The high altitude of La Paz means that the higher suburbs on the edge of the alto are the …

Easing Into Bolivia

A travel blog entry by morris_cjm


I crossed the border into Bolivia with some trepidation, Argentina had been so great and I had a feeling Bolivia would find Argentina a tough act to follow. The difference between the two countries was quite noticable, it was like stepping back in time 30 years however I embraced the more rustic feel immediately.

Tupiza was a 4 or so hour …

La Paz

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... structure has been removed, like when the Spanish arrived they removed stones from the site to build a church in the town. The main temple of Tiwanaku is in the shape of a cross and orientated perfectly east to west, and as the sun rises on the different solstices (March, June, September and December) the sun strikes a large rock at the West end. The North wall is also not as long as the South which represents the longer and shorter days of summer and winter. Around the site are ...

Best go for the hairy llama foetus

A travel blog entry by philandmups


... It's not just about the weird side though. We took a trip to Tiwanaku, an ancient lost city near Lake Titikaka. Most people just think of the Incas when they think about the Andes. Turns out they only lasted a mere 150 years before the Spanish conquered them. The Tiwanaku pre-Inkan empire lasted for almost 1800 years before mysteriously disappearing with no-one knowing why or how. Tiwanaku at one point was the most important city in the Americas. ...

La Paz again

A travel blog entry by littleal


... have severe punishments including putting you in a well/cage to live for a while - you must pay rent for your cell. The poorest people live in the most dangerous area where there are compartments divided by cardboard boxes, the richest in large apartments where their friends can come over and play cards with them - the rent does not go to the government, cells are usually owned by ex inmates who receive the rent. The government like this, there is no ...

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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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