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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElegance Hotel La Paz
Excellent stay, thanks to Marcello and the staff.
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Across from me I noticed some other travelers, a couple, and when it became clear that sleeping was out of the question at that moment we started chatting. They had had a hard time trying to procure a ticket for this bus trip, having no luck at the various travel agencies in town, and were surprised that I had managed to buy one there. Like me they had also tried to e-mail Ormeņo, with no response either. Finally, after a phone call was made by their hotel ...
... travels UP, UP, UP! It is 9:00 now, and the little cherubs have finally gone home.
Maybe tomorrow I won't wish I was in Ecuador. For today, I can't imagine going to Bolivian jail, but I think it almost happened....because I am an American. I think I can really appreciate the negative feeling of profiling! Yikes.....it didn't feel good! Tonight, I'm in my bathroom dying my hair black!
First day in La Paz Bolivia. We wander aimlessly for a bit until we hear a ruckus and follow the noise to a marching parade. One of the coolest things I've seen so far. Young and old in traditional wear doing traditional things in the street dancing and playing music. The people are good to look at. Their faces and structure... I've never seen anything like it, so different to what I'm used to, it all feels otherworldly almost. I've heard it's the poorest country ...
... and being met by a Yank who claimed he was on day release from the prison..... "Don't worry" he says, "the girl in the red hat will be along real soon". Indeed- Maia did come along fairly soon and told us that he is known for stealing tourists and giving his own guided tour around the city for tips. San Pedro prison - featured in the book and movie Marching Powder, is a very low security prison and people do actually go out for day release. There are about 25 ...
... her missing her flight to Buenos Aires, and the following day was spent trying to organise a doctor and travel insurance for her, along with other organising that needed to be done. By the end of the day both her and Casey were feeling ill, continuing our bad luck run of health - all seeming to be different illnesses! We celebrated the end of the day with some Saya beers (the beers produced by the brewery-hostel in which we were staying) including the very good amber ale, and the ...