Capital Plaza Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Checked out in the morning and Tom and I walked to Simon Bolivar park, the cemetery then up to the Recoletta. After this we went to Condor for lunch (and internet, as it wasn't working at all in the hostel). We hung around the hostel in the afternoon before taking a taxi to the bus station. The bus is fine and we sat at the top ...
... un steak au poivre. Sans surprise, c'était "moyen" pour être gentil. Nous devons arrêter d'essayer ces repas dont le but est de se sentir à la maison. La déception est éprouvante après chaque plats. Il y'a aucun endroit comme à la maison en terme de nourriture!! Nous avons annulé notre plan d'aller au cinéma car je ne me sentais pas au mieux préférant se coucher et rattraper nos heures de sommeil. Jeudi, nous nous sommes ...
... being a fair bit older than 6000 years old where these beasts once walked, it was all a bit tacky and without being able to look at the largest dig site in the world it was all a little under done, on the upside the the mini bus ride being stared at the whole time reminded me I was really in the outskirts of town and the ramshackle way of life out there was interesting to look at.
Also of note was a ripping good weekend celebrating the completion of my studies and ...
... t go away so I had a few more drinks. It seemed like I was the only person in the hostel who had any problems breathing.
Only later I discovered (well, someone told me) that we're quite high and that this could be the reason for me not being able to breath properly.
I went to bed quite late and woke up very early. I had a shower and then went down stairs just to discover the most amazing and biggest breakfast buffet I've seen in my entire life!
... we had a tour in the park only. To be fair it was a good tour and you were still able to see the prints from a distance. There was also a set of prints which had fallen down from the mountain and they had placed the fossilised rock in the park. We did also have a slightly embarrassing moment when walking around the market. In Bolivian Spanish, the word for avocado is "Palto". So after spending quite some time wandering around the market looking for the fruit, I ...