Central Guest House

Address: Obispo Cardenas 1451- prolongacion calle Potosi, La Paz, 70127 , Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Death Road

A travel blog entry by steveclark on Jan 31, 2015

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... back up Death road! But due to the wet weather we took the longer and newer 3 hour road! The Canadians were staying in a local town so we had a row of seats each, so I managed to sleep most of the way back. We originally planned on going out tonight, but with my lack of sleep and Death road fatigue it wasn't going to happen. We went into town where we found a thick hamburger and chorizo hot dog for 50p each which was good! After that is was an early ...


A travel blog entry by tabl on Dec 02, 2014

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... though :( The afternoon was rest time for me as I wasn't feeling to well at all, but a long nap seemed to help. Overall La Paz hasn't been too impressive, apart from the witches markets where you could buy any potion you could possibly think off. They also had lama foetuses hanging from the ceilings and in boxes in most of these shops as they are used as sacrifices to other nature in ceremonies, however they were slightly ...

Surviving Death Road

A travel blog entry by daveandcat on Nov 11, 2014

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... Powder, which tells the story of a British prisoner who spent 5 years as an inmate and ran tours of the prison and allowed tourists to spend the night. The prison is unique as it is run by the 3000 inmates (who hold their own cell keys) and the 10 or so guards stay on the outside. The prison had its own economy including a housing (cell) market, restaurants and even a pool! Unfortunately the tours are no longer safe and not recommended (funny ...

Dont mess with the Cholitas

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Nov 09, 2014

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... managing to do hurricaranas to each other. Was kind weird how one girl must of been about 13 and was wrestling. At one point **** got real and they were out in the crowd and chuckin water over each other. Some tourists thought it would be funny to chuck there beer at them and one of them turned around kicked over the fence and poured water and beer back all over them, they got a bit of a shock haha. I would definately recommend going to this of your in La Paz. Well worth the ...

A massive, sprawling city

A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Sep 17, 2014

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We left lake Titicaca on the bus to La Paz. After about two hours we began to enter El Alto, which is another city adjoining La Paz. It was busy, dirty, traffic clogged and filled with ladies selling things. We then had an amazing view over La Paz from the mountainside that we came in on. I will never forget coming into La Paz in the twilight - the whole city sprawled beneath us, surrounded by mountains, and then as it got dark, lit up like ...