Fiesta Inn La Paz
Travel Blogs from La Paz
... exited the bus station and right onto the "Malecon". It's like a boardwalk with no boards. It's Boomer and Min's family's first time to Mexico and they don't understand that it costs 5 pesos to go to the toilet. I have pesos and save the day.
As the guide put it, "To experience La Paz, you must feel the warmth of its people and see the beauty the Mar de Cortez has to offer. No place on earth has the perfect balance of ...
... in and out of a few shops with the only impulse purchase being a Mexican poncho of my favorite NFL, the team New Orleans Saints. Given the lack of holograms, I knew I'd likely not see the likes of such a find in the states. Making our way through the crowds of locals, kids on bikes, and sea weathered old men we sat down on a sea wall to take in the sunset. Tanya loves sunsets and La Paz did not disappoint. Returning home we would have a plethora of them to ...
... said goodbye to Karla, who had been another really friendly host in Mexico and was finally going to catch up with my parents, but after buying a ticket to get the boat across to the mainland part of Mexico (again, annoyingly expensive) was told I needed to go and check in 3 hours before, giving me approximately, erm about zero time to get across the 20km to the port.
Walked into the centre with all my backpack, and was able to get a collective taxi pretty ...
... we found it in the end... Worth it for £ 25 for a 2-room 3-bed 'suite'. Perfect because all we wanted to do was eat and look at our lovely shiny new things, re-organise our luggage, undo Izzys hair and watch the latest Primeaval that Thomas has been downloading for a few days. In the evening we practiced our very bad Spanish by buying a mobile phone to use in Mexico, and failed to find a restaurant so ate some street ...
... to fetch it out of the time share swimming pool where it had taken refuge but could not get out of with its injured leg. I helped Bonnie retrieve and revive it and get it back in its pen. Shame, she obviously loved her animals and was distraught about the losses and unnecessary killings as neither bird was eaten.
We took the toll roads next to the town of Tepic on our way towards Mazatlan and the ferry over to La Paz on the Baja California peninsula, our next major objective. ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center