Gloria Hotel La Paz

Address: Potosi 909 , La Paz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Market City, A Familiar Tune, & Death Road

A travel blog entry by matt-lewis on Oct 20, 2015

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... The band keeps playing the same tune, becoming quite hypnotic, casting the dancers into trance like movements. I asked the guy working in the hostel, but he only knew it happens every Saturday, and one other day of the week.
On the 18th, I had an early start, meeting at 6.45 for breakfast with the guides from Barracuda Biking for a mountain bike tour to Death Road, and three other potential survivors. We started off at about 4,700m altitude in very ...

A day in La Paz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by lindsaypiltz on Oct 01, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... rock, lava and clay. The wind and rain have etched it and it continues to change. We wandered up and down the paths. We the went on the one and a half yr old cable car which unfortunately for some people goes over a good residential area. There are 3 interconnecting lines - the green which we went on, a yellow and a yellow one. 3 stops on one line cost 50 cents , ...

La Paz July 28th - August 3rd

A travel blog entry by mariekell on Jul 28, 2015

... not the most normal sight for Bolivia) myself and Elaine said that we would wrestle each other there if everyone paid us 90 Bolivanoes but apparently they all wanted to see real Chiletos (local women) fighting. The driver finally managed to get the bus working again and 5 minutes later where were in Alto. We all went into the "wrestling stadium" which looked more like St Colmans sports hall, got our seats, got our free snacks (saltless popcorn and the worlds ...

Reaching for the Heavens - Mount Illimani Climb

A travel blog entry by on Jun 30, 2015

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... speak the language of local villagers.

The base camp is at 4500 meters elevation (14,700 feet). It is a large meadow just below the giant hulk of Mount Illimani, where llamas, horses, and sheep that belong to local Aymara villagers graze. The toilet situation was decent but not as luxurious as the Condoriri base camp. Since we arrived at midday, there was time to kill so I ventured off to see nearby areas on foot. I hiked up a small hill, came across a large herd ...

Verlorenes Gepäck & Die Todes Strasse

A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Jun 01, 2015

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... das richtige ist, war uns beiden klar. Solange aber der Bus fährt sollte uns das keine weiteren Sorgen machen. Nun ging die Fahrt weiter nach La Cumbra (4700 M.ü.M) von wo aus wir starteten. Dort kleideten wir uns mit Regenschutz, Helm und Handschuhe ein. Nach dem zuweisen der Bikes waren wir bereit los zu fahren. Kieran unser Englisch Guide gab uns noch den ein oder anderen hilfreichen Tipp wie zum Beispiel: Was tut man wenn der vorher fahrende Fahrer stürzt? ...