Hacienda Villa del Sol

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

Highest city in the world

A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Jun 01, 2015

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... you desire: cook, clean, do the dishes this was conveniently called the punisher. I bought 10 bottles. The weather was still shining as we moved to our next location, the San Francisco church. A beautifully designed church standing amist the hustling and bustling streets of La Paz. The old building had alot of old and interesting history, so much so that we decided we would come back to the church and also have a look around the museum. We visited our final market for the day, which ...

La Paz and El Alto (2)

A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 20, 2015

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... my muscles are strained and when I look in the mirror I see an idiot with half a bald head. This is not the relaxed haircut I have at home when one of the girls first gently washes my hair while I almost fall asleep and then uses the electric clipper on number one, constantly speaking sweet words about what she has done during the weekend. The man lites the flame again and prepares the foam potion for the left side of my head. When the potion is warm he kills the flame with the ...

I survived death road!!!!!

A travel blog entry by mybackpackandme on May 20, 2015

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... road is only three metres wide and at parts there are shear drops of about four hundred metres!! It was so much fun cycling the 55km, the views were incredible and when you are cycling it doesn't even seem dangerous! Somehow I managed to fall off on a completely flat piece of road - I literally don't understand myself sometimes!! But I survived and I would most definitely do it again if I find myself here again! Thankfully I got back to the city in time for my night bus to ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by ciaralang on May 04, 2015

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... Bronagh and I got each other there and we made it!!! We were the only ones in out tour group to make it, so only 25% made it that day. When we got to the top there were lots of tears (actually difficult to cry at that altitude) and hugs. Our guide was amazing for allowing us to keep going as the later you summit there is an increased risk there is of avalaches. After we still had a 2 hour hike back down to the refugio. Worst still we then had to take ...

Blog 15 - Tupiza – Potosi – La Paz, Bo

A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on May 01, 2015

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... helmet, head torch, gumboots and a dust mask. Next we stopped at one of the many refining plants. Where the raw ore is crushed to dust and then mixed with chemicals to extract the precious metals. It smelt strongly of the chemicals they used in the process and the equipment used was from the dark ages not to mention a lot of the work was still done manually. I couldn't imagine working there let alone living nearby as so many Potosi residents do. Finally the bus ...