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

Lake Titikaka

A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on May 31, 2015

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... us which was really good! We were soon on our way to the port for a two hour tour of the floating islands, also known as Islas de los Uros. No one on the bus was too excited at this stage as we were all still waking up. Lake Titikaka is shared between Peru and Bolivia and we were going to visit both and see the difference. The Peruvian side was tamer on the waters but also abit dirty. We got to see how a community live on water and it was pretty amazing to ...

Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by emily26 on May 26, 2015

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... pick them up when they arrived later. We said good bye and a Sarah and I walked on. It took us quite a long time to get to the north but the views were incredible. It sort of felt as if you were walking in the Mediterranean. The lake was a beautiful blue colour and the sun was glistening on the water. The lake was so still. It was a bit hilly and there were loads of steps at one point and it got pretty exhausting. It was not the main walk from North to South and the track got ...

1st to 10th May, Coroico, Lake Titicaca and leavin

A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on May 10, 2015

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... in a tight bag. Half were already dead (asphyxiated) when found. Truly awful. There are many horror stories. Volunteers can work here but we were only able to stay for one night, tour the site and look at the work they do, and cuddle a few monkeys in the process. My girls were happy. It was a positive hardworking place, typically underfunded by the government, but doing it’s best for the cases in it’s care. Very sad but hopeful too.


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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. ...