Central Guest House

Address: Obispo Cardenas 1451- prolongacion calle Potosi, La Paz, 70127 , Bolivia | Hotel
 
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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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... t pass through because we haven't paid the usual tax fee as we don't have a specific ticket that says so. So we turn around pay the 2 boliviano terminal tax fee (such a rort you have to pay a fee to use the terminal to catch a bus), and decide we still have time so we should get food before passing through the gate. We walk down to where the food is in hope of getting a few Saltena's, however the first vendor we get to, Aaron isn't understanding the lady, so I tag in and ask what ...

The Worlds Most Dangerous Road

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Feb 26, 2015

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... drops are daunting. Obviously I managed one fall, right onto my right hip so I have a cracking bruise there. However I think steps have been taken to make the 'worlds most dangerous road' safer. There are obviously stories that circulate about a French girl that died after taking a selfie last year and other deaths, but we did our ride with two guides, one who almost exclusively took photographs. We are told there might be ...

Death road cycling

A travel blog entry by hils80 on Feb 08, 2015

... hotter the further down we went and I kept taking layers off until I was down to my leggings and vest top. We went under a waterfall which they filmed but again a big gap between me and group! The scenery was pretty stunning but to be honest I hardly noticed as I was too busy trying to not fall off and try not to get too far behind everyone else! I can't say I enjoyed it! I'm glad I did it to say I've done it and tick the box but I wouldn't do it again! ...

La Paz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by sam.pears.nz on Jan 22, 2015

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... and I had another day left. On our last day, Christian and I mountain biked Death Road. Besides being the most dangerous road in the world, the terrain and scenery was amazing! We started at the top of The Andes in snow and freezing cold. Then 64km later we arrived to a tropical oasis with swimming pool and sunshine. Having survived the downhill ride of Death Road ...

Not Meribel

A travel blog entry by aquest on Dec 31, 2014

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... only visa lucky I have a visa credit card as well.
Back with the cash, parcel could be sent, the whole of one side of the box was covered in stamps. A collectors dream.
This chore done we went for a walk to find the flower market, it is rather not very big or somewhere else so we ended back in the witches market. Sun was out good for ...