Alcala Apart Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
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... to walk towards Tomate cafe and it's lightly raining. But enough to get our shoes very wet as it had been raining overnight so the roads were very wet with puddles everywhere. We frustratingly make our way and get a little lost with direction, so we decide to pull out our faithful Google map app and we make it safely, but wet. We check the going lunch menu as it changes daily, and it looks great as expected. We head in and it's super warm and comfortable, but really busy with ...
Just a word to describe the town...massive city in the mountain which is very noisy and polluted. Walking there is just out breathing, you go up and down always...trying to breathe in a very pollute air. When the bus first went down I was surprised of La Paz because it did not seems to be high then it was another story when we finally got down....up and down it is in the center. La Paz is full of street market. They sell everything, it is genial. There is a life during ...
... no one knew that and those that saw it, were extremely shocked at first until they saw her crawl back onto the road with no injuries!!!
She was more upset that it had happened on the second to last bend before the finish, haha!!!
We had all survived, congratulating each other and getting our survival T Shirts, it was a great thrill and a feeling of pride at achieving something spectacular and out of the ordinary!!
More group photos before we are ...
... had same seat as me. Took ticket woman to realise I was in wrong bus. Had to wait for my bus which was late. Met nice chile couple who gave me suggestions for chile. Then finally got on right bus then someone else came on saying he had same seat as me! Then crazy family kept looking out the window and it turned out one of them was late so we drove around the houses picking them up. Next we stopped at a market for ages - ...
... the surrounding mountains from the cable car, which once again took us up to El Alto and its Sunday market, which supposedly is one of the biggest in the world. A more believable claim than some of the previous ones we encountered in the US. It would be easier to list what it didn't sell but given our luggage constraints, we could only browse and sample some of the food on offer. Back down in the city, there were markets on every street but given the number of street ...