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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- 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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We wake up for Bolivia day and I feel significantly more alive. We get on a bus a few hours to the border crossing, wife mopes for a bit, sorts some cambio and gets shushed at passport control haha! I mostly cry at Greta anatomy. Aaaaah. We pass through successfully to Bolivia, though I forget I'm not allowed to stroke Elmer and nearly get him arrested, whoops. We head off then for lunch just over the border at copacabana, a very nice little lakeside backpacker town where ...
... your care. After a good nosey, we decided to head back down, but we soon came across a huge line for tickets. Maureen made her views perfectly clear on to why I didn't buy us a return ticket on the way up. Lucky for me the line moved quickly and we got our tickets, now we just had to queue again to get the car back down. Again, it moved swiftly and before we knew it, we were on a car heading down towards the centre with those views that still did not bore us. Being a public holiday ...
Another amazing city. La Paz and El Alto each have some 900.000 inhabitants and there is no way of telling which is which. La Paz lies in the valley going up and El Alto lies on top going down. Between them there is the most ideal public transport you can imagine, an Austrian Doppelmayer Cable Car. The yellow line from La Paz to El Alto, the Green line to the other side, the red and the blue line still under construction. From the cable car you have a ...
... Pedro. Although the facilities and the freedom are highly valued by the inmates, the most appealing aspect of it is that their families can live with them inside the prison. The tour (it was more of a talk) lasted 40 minutes and was very interesting. Afterwards we had a stroll around La Paz and went for a subway. One thing that really stands out in Bolivia when your walking the streets is the clothes that all the women are dressed in. ...
... walk through the packed passageways full of people gravitating to the calls of the sellers. We had lunch in a small food tent full of locals, and met a Bolivian man who was fascinated by us 3 gringos having lunch in a food tent full of locals. He timidly asked whether his 3 year old son could take a photo with me. It was one of the moments where I really felt immersed in the culture that I was an extraterrestrial in a place where I stood out so clearly and was so ...