Hostal Alojamiento Emperado

Address: Calle Murillo, Copacabana, Bolivia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Murillo, Copacabana.
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Travel Blogs from Copacabana

Day 340: Copacabana, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jun 14, 2015

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... is supposed to be extremely beautiful. I really wanted to see Titicaca so I figured it was a good first stop in Bolivia. Before we arrived, we stopped at the border to change our money (I got ripped off) and for me to buy my visa. It was really awesome to finally use the vaccination card I got before my trip after nearly a year of carrying it and a pack of passport photos around. The visa cost $160 though, unfortunately. We finally crossed the border and ...

Day 107

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on May 18, 2015

We decided we had to get out of this place as soon as possible so after breakfast we booked the bus to Cusco. We had a few beers on a rooftop bar for the afternoon as we waited for our bus. I say rooftop bar but it was just a building site on the roof. Everything in Bolivia is half built. It's like they begin ...

Blog 17- Copacabana, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on May 08, 2015

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... need to walk everywhere. We decided to take the ferry to the north of the island and spend the night in Cha’llapampa in a basic hostel. That afternoon we head further north to the Chincana ruins the islands most spectacle ruins complex its main feature is the stone walls and tiny doorways. On the way to the ruins we past Mesa Ceremonica, a stone table thought to have been the sight of human and animal sacrifices. With several other pre-Columbian ruins and natural land ...

Springtime in Bolivia's Wine Country

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Sep 02, 2014

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... ask these questions to. Thankfully we'd seen a sign near the plaza for whilst we thought was a wine themed hostel. Sure they'd be able to point us in the right direction. So we followed the signs to a high walled area, covered in colourful wine-themed murals. We were greeted at the door by a woman mopping the floor. We asked if she could provide us with a map of the wine region, but she said that didn't have any. Disappointed, I began to walk away, when Sam called me back. "I think ...

Wine, Meat & Cheese - It's relaxing time

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Aug 27, 2014

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... they don’t produce much expensive wine the vast majority costs $3-$5 per bottle.
One thing that makes you sad is that while Bolivian’s are very poor there is a lot of respect. The crime isn’t often theft and it’s not often against locals. For example people will leave
their fresh juice cart or market stall and go for lunch leaving all their goods etc in the open but people never steal it. ...