Hotel Gloria La Paz
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En Octubre de cada año se realiza una competencia ciclística en la zona de los Yungas de La Paz denominado Yolosa – La Cumbre al cual asistí los pasados 2 años. Con mucho entusiasmo, Fabrizio (mi hijo) y Felipe (mi nieto, 11 años) se anotaron para acompañarme a mi tercera competencia. El programa …
... Before losing control of our bowels, we 'lost our ****' (in an entirely different way) experiencing La Paz's most thrilling pull, 'The Death Road'. With it's start line sitting 4,700m above sea level, the descent is 3300 meters with 63km of downhill road providing riders with stunning views of the surrounding mountains. An early start called for a 7am pick up by our tour guides from Baracuda Biking, one of many tour operators in La Paz. As the minibus made it's ...
... lazy morning, before lunch. We headed back to the famous pasty cafe, but to our chagrin, found that they had sold out of veggie pasties yet again. So, we went to a different pasty shop up the road and had the most awful food of our entire trip. What we were given were certainly not pasties, but tasted like a dry scone with a salty cheesy filling.
Fed up, we went to visit the museums we had missed out on the day before. These were:
1. el Museo ...
... across, the bus was paddled over on a wonky floating piece of wood!! I really was waiting for the whole thing to topple over!! Unfortunately, I was sick with a stomach infection for my whole time in La Paz but I didn愒 let the illness stop me for doing the important things. I pulled it together for the day time stuff. On our first day we did the free red cap walking tour which was pretty cool. We started the tour by the famous San Pedro prison and we were able to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gloria La Paz
Rooms are vey tiny. Heating controlled centrally and is way too hot for comfort and the pipes must run under the floor so the floor is hot too.
If you open the window the fumes and car horns keep you awake.
There is 1 hair dryer for the entire hotel and it has exposed wires. The best thing about this hotel was leaving it.
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