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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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... walked to the Full Hostel is the located tourist area.
9:30AM, as suddenly the full hostel said it was full and have to wait check in at noon...I requested can my backpack bag leave behind in front of reception. Allowed to have mine left it then I walked to the red line of Teleferico. Paid 6Bs (Lonnie) round trip. It was amazing view of slope city of La Paz!
10:45AM, having the breakfast (scrambling eggs, bacon, spicy sausage, toasts, black beans and tea) ...
... houses is a quaint little yellow house that belonged to Klaus Barbie better known as the "butcher of Leon" a german Nazi credited with thousands kills in ww2. He made a deal with the Americans that he would come to Bolivia to keep an eye on communists Aka continue to murder and torture approved people in a new location. He is credited with the killing of che guevara even though he did not pull the trigger. The road goes through the most prosperous cocoa plantations ...
... but after giving it a sniff, I can honestly say that whoever wore such a wonderful smelling scent would be guaranteed to have at least a bit of my attention. I wanted to spend longer scanning the shelves because all of this really did intrigue me. But I had to press on. There were so many presents to buy and food to eat and such little time.
I had my breakfast/lunch/dinner in a spacious cafe, on the corner of a road I had spent most of my Bolivianos on ...
... check point (the parts of the continent i have seen are riddled with police and military checkpoints where the bus drivers have to provide the passenger list), people would rouse and look like meerkats, straining to see what was going on.The journey was without incident though and we even got to La Paz early. We hopped into the recommended taxis, radio taxis and not unmarked ones, to the hotel. This hotel was amazing, it let me check into my room ...
... in La Paz we briefly parted ways with Janske and Bram. They were staying in a different hostel then us because we also had plans to meet up with our Guantanamera (Galapagos) friends Patrick and Lydia and we booked a room where they would be staying. That night we met up with them for a ride up the gondola (called the teleferico) to a beautiful view of the city in evening light. We had a coffee and caught up; they had just returned from the Bolivian jungle Rurrenbaque. Mark and ...