Hacienda Villa del Sol

Av. La Florida, La Paz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

La Paz

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 19, 2014

... In the evening we searched out a Trip Advisor recommended restaurant call Sol de Luna, just a short walk. Owned by a Dutchman with his local wife, the food is largely Indonesisn. Very good flavours. Walking back afterwards the streets were heavily crowded. There were popup markets stalls everywhere, the atmosphere lively and safe. Friday night seems to be when the people come to town and have a fun night. Still staying at the Hotel Casa de Piedre $80 ...

The biggest church in the littlest town

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Sep 17, 2014

Our departure from Copacabana wasn't until 1:30pm so after a late breakfast at the hostel David decided to walk the steep path up to the town lookout and was rewarded with great town views as well as extensive views over the lake and Isla de Sol. We then left our bags at the hostel and walked to the massive town church. Copacabana is a very small town but the church is ridiculously big. It was certainly very impressive being very Moorish ...

Bolivia - Land of the "Not So Free"!

A travel blog entry by connieeasley on Aug 08, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

... see because my eyes are completely blurred, can't find my glasses, but I manage to get it done. I'm almost done. Move over to pay the fee. This nightmare is almost over, and I can see my bag. About 10 feet away. Move to get it, and The Green Badger tells me not to move any closer to my bag. Are you freaking kidding me? He has the gun!

Get out my $140 in twenty dollar bills. The little green man behind ...

Bolivia... Definitely a love and hate realtionship

A travel blog entry by becks_togwe07 on Aug 01, 2014

126 photos

... costs about 80 bolivianos but dont expect to go to a big brewery its more like a house but then you drink for free all day and the beer never stops coming, at the end of the tour you also get a free t-shirt and lunch. Sundays is really interesting in La Paz as there is Cholitas wrestling, this is when females wrestle each other and sometimes against man. It's really worth going because its really entertaining and getting there you pass the best view to see La ...


A travel blog entry by avangilder on Jul 15, 2014

67 photos

... the sacred Sun Island. Despite not seeing the main pre-Incan ruins on the island because no one on the island seemed to know where it was (another example of the South America factor) despite it being a landmark, I still enjoyed the famous Incan Puerta del Sol as well as stunning view of the lake. And of course, no trip through the Andes would be complete without having to walk at least 20 minutes up a mountain in any given direction without oxygen. I've been ...