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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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... 20 mins or so, had a mechanic and guide at both the front and back of the group and threw in free coffees (with cognac) BEFORE the ride (that was a key part of my research). My group of 7 polished off a whole bottle at 10.30am! What better preparation could you ask for!?! I certainly had my fair share ... just to stave off the cold! ;o) #medicinal The road itself starts at 4,700m (at La Cumbre) riding at first for 20km along a pretty standard tarmac'ed snaking road ...
... a lady's marital status - worn straight, the lady is married whilst it is worn slanting to the side by both widows or single girls. Girls will flirt by pulling up their big, frilly skirts to show off their calf. The bigger the calf muscle, the sexier according to the local men. The big skirts are to emphasize big hips which is considered good for child making. The hat is also one of the ways that a woman can show her wealth, they can spend over $1000 US to order ...
It was a sad feeling leaving La Paz knowing I might never see it again. I had the best deep fried chicken here. Broaster makes KFC look like *****. The poverty is everywhere to see. I still don't think many kids go to school. I'm sure there's a lot who do and then there are a lot who don't. Everything is for sale on the street, it's crazy. There was/is a one eyed woman who sells drinks and snacks and things outside the pub. I walk past her every night and think what kind of a life is ...
... only one lane heading in to the city and we're on it going inch by inch forward. After half an hour we get to move on and we watch the gridlock stretch for miles. We head down from the high pass and see twinkling like stars the city below us in the big valley and this is La Paz. Arriving at the bus station around 9.30pm we are tired and easily get a taxi ride to our hotel and relieved we made it. Everything is dark and dingy on the streets so we order a pizza ...
... Copacabana, created before the Rio beach)- here we had a look round a beautiful cathedral. Yet we did find it quite difficult to understand why this cathedral was covered in decorations of gold and silver, when on it's doorstep, 70% of Bolivians do not have running water or toilets.
We arrived at Copacabana habour, where we boarded a catermeran, to take us across the lake.
The boat was beautiful and we enjoyed the incredible views ...