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, Plaza Murillo, Cerro Rico, and Casa Nacional de la Moneda.
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    Travel Blogs from La Paz

    Last Day in La Paz

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 10, 2015

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    ... into the salad buffet. Today's menu was a veggie soup, potato gratin and a cheesy potato and corn dish. So obviously Aaron gets the cheesy one, however I managed to try some of the corn without cheese. Their corn is so different, the corn kernels are much larger and they are so easy to bite off the cob. Delicious and different really. We shared a midday coffee, used the cafe wifi to research a little bit, and then decided to find a supermarket for snacks for the bus ride. We ...

    Border crossing

    A travel blog entry by dray86 on Mar 21, 2015

    ... get our bags quicker so we can try get another.. Bargain with the bus driver's let's us back on fit 20 Bolivian dollars Had to get off the bus a few hours later to board a small boat to cross a small channel. Get back on the bus. Owen tries to sit in someone's seat. Gets told to get. Lol. La Paz. Really poor city. Lots of incomplete buildings. Traffic is terrible. Thunderstorm as soon as we got in. Very ...

    A brush with death (road) - don't look down

    A travel blog entry by rspaven on Mar 12, 2015

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    ... were a little presumptuous, holding their hands out expectantly. As the dynamite was going off above us, Pedro told us that women weren't allowed in the mines because they believe Mother Earth protects the men and she would be jealous of other women! Some more good food and drinks to live music later, we ended up back at our room tipsy and crowded around a laptop skyping our tour guide's parents in Buenos Aires. Our Spanish was a little rusty to say the least. We arrived ...

    La Paz and Death Road

    A travel blog entry by tomstafford on Feb 25, 2015

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    ... around this plaza that serve as a stark reminder of the most recent revolution to oust the American educated president Gonzalo Sanchez de lozoda who embezzled millions of dollars of public money in his short tenancy (no comment on possible CIA involvement). Due to this stability and the nationalisation of many resources (of which Bolivia has an abundance) the economy has trebled in the last 10 years with huge improvements in equality and infrastructure, there ...

    La Paz round 2

    A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Feb 15, 2015

    ... the first thing we did was book a tour for the following day. Rurrenabaque isn't the kind of place to spend a few days as there isn't much to do aside from eating and avoiding the masses of stray dogs on the streets. We decided to book a pampas tour rather than a jungle tour as we were more likely to see wildlife this way. The tour will last 3 days and there are many activities to do during this time. Bring it ...