How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Calacoto La Paz
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... from here and many photos were taken to capture the moment and the scenary. We then got back into a cable car for our return journey downwards and on the way we saw the weirdest looking graveyard ever. It was like rows of building with holes in them (we figured people were buried or else their ashes were in there). Once we got our feet back onto solid ground we again tried to find our own way home but we had to ask a few people for help because roads dont seem ...
... a difficult four-day trek and then ate a big meal with very little sleep the past days, so when a bunch of Israelis invited me and Korey to go to some cocaine bar, we graciously declined. I had heard about the bar, which changes locations every weekend to avoid getting busted and is your typical bar but also serves up bags of coke, and I was interested to see it at least but I decided I was done with cocaine a long time ago and I was just way ...
I arrived in La Paz on Tuesday 12th of May. I checked into my Loki hostel, apparently a party hostel. I couldn't go to my room until 1.30. They let me shower and change and as I had slept so well the night before off I went to the markets. I went to buy presents and a few things for me. They have lovely alpaca jumpers. They are really warm. Although now my backpack is full to bursting. I also went to inquire about climbing ...
... thing to check off the list but it was a complete let down. It was like our 6th year holiday in Puerto Banus where instead of going to a proper resort catered to students we went to one of the most expensive areas of Spain to stand in a laneway drinking **** cocktails and watching lads, who claimed to be boxers, deck other drunk lads with complete cheap shots and then walk off as if they were Mike Tyson. Every shop in the witches market had the exact ...
... We went with Gravity Tours who are the best in town, we had the unfortunate luck of having an Australian guide. While we threw low blows at each other we knew we were in good hands. Markus was equipped with his 'O **** Bag'. He clearly noted that he would rather not have to use it as his rope is only 20 meters long, and in the event we fly off one of the larger cliffs he won't be coming after us. At the top of death road you are sitting at over 4000 meters and safe to say ...