Hacienda Villa del Sol

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

Last Day in La Paz

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 10, 2015

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... then Aaron comes back and I tell him, however we want to make sure our big bags made it onto the bus. I head into the bus and settle into our awesome and first class full reclining seats, whilst Aaron waits outside to make sure our bags get onto the bus. He ends up coming upstairs to our seats and mentions he couldn't find anyone to double check with but couldn't see the bags in the office anymore so assumed it's all sweet. So just as we are hoping for the best, a lady comes ...

Almuerzo en La Paz

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Feb 25, 2015

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... the lady behind the counter actually laughed at me!! Back to lunches and back in La Paz, yesterday I was walking past somewhere and it had almuerzo del dia soup followed by chicken Milanese for 11 BOB, so I obviously couldn't turn this down! In I popped and it was alright really. A bit like eating in someone's living room, but it was a good price and good food. Today I found another one, ...

Death road cycling

A travel blog entry by hils80 on Feb 08, 2015

... sat on other table so I was flitting between the two. Ordered lasagne which was nice with glass of red wine. Got chatting to Scottish couple who were nice. Then got smoky again so I decided to go on TV room which I'd only discovered yesterday. Watched a film the judge but hard to understand as some people kept talking or opening the door and the volume wasn't too loud. Then went to bed. It was already hurting to sit down so thinking I'm gonna ache for a few ...

The two capitals of Bolivia

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Feb 03, 2015

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... Unfortunately we had one major problem with our lessons - the hostel. Well more specifically, the people in the hostel. At school we were encouraged to seek out Spanish speaking people to practice with or study in our free time, but we didn't. Every day we drank at least 2 bottles of wine with all our new friends and spoke nothing but English.

It was brilliant. We basically lived like proper students for 3 weeks, going to lessons in the afternoons ...

La Paz - Bolivia's Second City.

A travel blog entry by nigelandpeter on Jan 21, 2015

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... signs to people in the city is the brand new cable car network that he has introduced. The first 3 "lines" are in operation and one lady told us that what used to take her 90 minutes to get to work now takes 20. We couldn't help but feel a sense of hope for this country & that things are heading on the right track. Growth figures are positive and inflation relatively well under control. The people we met were really open & ...