Fiesta Inn La Paz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... of lost luggage's and the delay waiting at the conveyor belt at pickup.(By the way there is an amazing company that I recommend called “eBags” the carry-on luggage is versatile, well built and they have a no questions asked warranty policy). So, 6:00am gives us an extra 2 ½ hours at the airport for whatever small print they want to throw at me.
We load our luggage in the car and pick up my mother in law ...
... was pumped to see a snack truck. "?Tienes cervesa?" No dice. Ugh... It was 11 AM. Still plenty of time. We set up shop under a thatch umbrella (palapa) and relaxed in the cool late morning breeze. Eventually the water beckoned and I began to wade out into the shallow bay. "Shuffle your feet!" Tanya reminded me. She was warning me about the high population of sting rays in the area. We had heard several stories of people stepping on the stealthy beasts ...
... noticed the keys to the establishment were still hanging in the door. We had heard this area of Mexico suffered little crime and this seemed to be the case. Eric chatted with the waiters when our enormous plate of lobster, fried shrimp, fried fish, rice and salad arrived. It was just a huge meal that Tanya and I, while starving, could not finish. Tanya and I recounted our whale experience and watched a hilarious movie in Spanish from the 70's when we looked over ...
... chatted with Karla for a bit – I loved the way she said tacooooooo haha, but it had been quite a long day, so retreated to my room to catch up on some important things (Breaking Bad, Homeland, South Park and Match Of The Day….) So much for sleeping, but I felt happy I was no longer the only person who hadn’t seen the end of Breaking Bad, and pretty pleased I’d managed to avoid any spoilers during the week or so since its finale…
... the air.
Eventually we got our hire car, though no SatNav. "No problem" said the lady at the desk, "there is only one road in Baja, Highway 1. It runs from north to south". This has turned out to be mostly true, except in town... We had a night in a hotel in La Paz (mediocore meal, kids too tired to walk along the sea front) and in the morning after breakfast saw huge box-fish from the pier.