Gloria Hotel La Paz

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

Slow Going (Crossing Borders, Part 5)

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 04, 2014

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... wasn't coming? Had Ormeņo gone bankrupt recently. I had paid good money for this ticket, including a very probable big commission to the agency who sold it to me. What if this bus really didn't show?

Weighing my options I decided I could do two things. Forego the money, buy a new ticket, take the next morning bus to Puno and hope for a connection to La Paz there. Or I could go back into town, demand my money back and take the next night bus to Puno ...

La Paz Independence Day

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Aug 06, 2014

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... table. We ended up going out for night drinking with a lad from Cornwall, a French dude Boris who had worked in Serre Chevalier (Small world), a number of locals and a few people from Nottingham University Officer Training Corps (OTC), who were out here to climb one of the mountains near La Paz. We definitely found out why La Paz is one of the best party cities in South America. I wasn’t envying the OTC people who ...

Ballistic Bolivia

A travel blog entry by cracka on Jul 19, 2014

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... their mother) rested in the sun with crutches. The girl behind the counter store would have been no older than 13. Little girls man stands selling this and that driving hard bargains and copping the curses of old women not happy with the price. While it's a definitely a mixed feeling, they know so much at a young age. Or are exposed to so much. They seem so bright and capable and doing things at an age that I could never do. While it's a poor country, a big ...

Brave bikers

A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jul 02, 2014

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... lynching their presidents! The city itself isn't as pretty as many of the others I have visited; I wonder if maybe that's because they don't have a concise historic centre like other places we have visited, or if because it's not cute colonial architecture....??? We have three new passengers joining us through to Rio and we got to meet two of them at dinner. Joining us is Amany, 29 from Perth, and Shona, 27 from Dublin. All tallies are the same as they have been for a good while now ...

Higher & Higher

A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Jun 25, 2014

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... first base camp, our roped party consisting of Kevin, me and our guide, did some “glacier training” where we practiced to use our equipment and climbed in the glacier. The following day we ascended to the second base camp at 5.300 metres without any problem, where we arrived in the afternoon. Due to the altitude, I was unable to get any sleep, which was a big problem as we had to get out of our sleeping bags in the middle of the night and ...