Hacienda Villa del Sol

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

Lovely La Paz

A travel blog entry by steveandange on Jan 12, 2015

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... class and the property price. Next stop and outside the city environs was Vale de Luna - Moon Valley - a vast white array of clay structures, eroding and changing in formation all the time. So signs for such forms like 'The Grandfather' may soon have to change to 'The Grandchild' or 'Homer Simpson'... We returned to the centre and walked through a couple of old colonial streets, which had an air of Barcelona or maybe Lisbon. Then it was to Killi Killi for spectacular ...

The Heights of La Paz

A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Jan 02, 2015

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... off 3.5 hours into our 4 hour flight rather strangely to provide people with some sleep just prior to landing. We landed in the very backward looking La Paz terminal at 3am Bolivian time where the contrast in weather and altitude between the Caribbean coast was highly noticeable. It felt strange to wear jeans again, which prepared me for the cold but at 4000m, the altitude would take some getting used to again.

The taxi ride to our hostel proved ...

La paz; Last stop Bolivia, Christmas & Death Road

A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Dec 28, 2014

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... was a pretty cool city. Beautifully set in a bowl like valley with houses all up the sides. It would have to be the city we were most puffed in with the altitude but luckily didn't feel sick. Its pretty quiet in the day but come 5 o clock it really comes to life with street vendors, food stalls and people everywhere. It was a great place to finish off our Bolivian adventure which we have loved!

On to the next country for a quick visit: ...

Brujas, temples, peaks, valleys and Cholitas

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Dec 08, 2014

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... stop was at the Sunday markets that stretch for block after block and sell literally anything you could imagine, though much of it is straight from someone else's purse or pocket. We stopped to sample our first super vitaminicos, a blended drink of fruit juice, beer and egg, which was surprisingly tasty. Hopping into another taxi we headed a short way to the main attraction in El Alto on a Sunday, Cholita wrestling. The tannoy blared and the crowds cheers surged as we entered ...

Day 37 - 110mph through remote Bolivian villages

A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 26, 2014

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... I had heard a lot about this market and needed to see what was being sold there for myself. It was a fair walk away. As I walked, I grabbed snacks along the way. An orange, a strange drink with sticks in it that was a questionably murky beige color and taste like cough syrup and a chocolate bar. A couple stalls were allowing people to sample their Quinoa variety of baked goods. Of course I was keen to try these and the chia marmalades. Yum.

I was a little lost, ...