El Viejo Molino

Address: Kilometro 1 camino Santa Barbara, San Miguel, Chuquisaca Department, 4294, Bolivia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Kilometro 1 camino Santa Barbara, San Miguel, is near Valle de la Luna, Gravity Assisted Mountain Biking, Chacaltaya Ski Resort, and Presidential Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from San Miguel

    La Paz to Uyuni salt flats

    A travel blog entry by marcusteph on Oct 28, 2015

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    ... missing from la Paz and were told will arrive at our hostel around 9 tonight. Mooched around town having a few beers and bit shocked as the temperate started to dip from a nice 35 to a cold 20 and I told it will dip to around 8 tonight! Up early tomorrow for a 3 day excursion into the barren deserts of southern ...

    La Paz - the road of death

    A travel blog entry by marcusteph on Oct 27, 2015

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    ... eating some Bolivian food he proved to use a bike foot pump to pump up the tyre We drove for about another hour and then again we stopped and the tyre was duly pumped up and off we went. We arrived at the top of the mountain range at around 10.30/11.00 having travelled from la Paz which is 3300 meters above sea level to 4700 meters above sea level to start our accent of the famous death road which goes from the top of the mountain to a town on the other side of the ...

    La Paz - frustration rules

    A travel blog entry by marcusteph on Oct 26, 2015

    ... our in to the city to try to find a bar and restaurant, we failed I'm not sure how to describe la Paz apart from a hot pitch of everything pumped into a valley high in the Andries, their life style is quite different, there is no real public transport system everything seems to be private carriage be if taxi, mini cabs or bus, they don't have stops rather just placks on their windows and people shouting out the ...

    Cusco to la paz

    A travel blog entry by marcusteph on Oct 25, 2015

    ... lost an hour of our lives by passing through a time zone! A quick cab into town to our hotel which cost £4 quid and we then shot know town to grab a sausage sandwich and ride the gondolas which stretch across what must be the largest ski resort in the world with no snow To put la Paz into context it s city at the same height as the top of the French Alps, it has 2.7 million people ...

    Rain and Wrestling

    A travel blog entry by becca- on Oct 22, 2015

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    ... we would be the next ones being rescued! After getting to El alto, a town on the top of a mountain, in one piece we were ushered in to what I can only describe a massive derelict warehouse, after which I was very thankful that I was wearing my thermals! I have never seen anything like it, it was bizarre and I had no clue what was going on as they were speaking in Spanish. We had 2 tokens to use the toilet but after using one of them, it put me off using the second! I brought ...