Hotel La Joya

Max Paredes 541, La Paz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Brave bikers

A travel blog entry by kirstinf


Monday 30 June: we said goodbye to Peru and hello to Bolivia, country number 6 for me. It was a very easy border crossing which was good because Izabela has had some troubles coming through that border before. Sadly it was the last truck day for David, Lynn and Bernhard. We spent the afternoon playing cards until we arrived into La Paz. We stopped at the top of the valley (on the edge of El Alto which used to be a suburb of La Paz, but now it is a city in its own right ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer


... The next morning we enjoyed the other perk of our new hostel: an all you can eat pancake breakfast! After stuffing ourselves, we walked to the main plaza for a free city walking tour. We had it in our heads that walking tours are generally lame, but (besides the crazy NY man who tries to get tips for information about the jail he just got out of), this tour was awesome. The two women leading it were hilarious and full of fun facts. ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by alimaterna

... 8 years! They often live in there with their family and have to pay rent on their rooms! They also set up businesses to sell things, like coca cola, barbers etc. we could also see them standing up in the holes in the roof. They make great cocaine in there and will often throw out bags of the stuff to the drug dealers waiting outside. The Cholitas hats was a funny story, they are now very expensive to buy, but ...

Pills 'n' Thrills and Bellyaches

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


... knob-head motorist in sight. With our minibus in hot pursuit, the guides Noel and Xavier joined us on two wheels. Noel set a super fast pace that even Hidde (the ametuer downhill cyclist) struggled to maintain, while Xavier mopped up the more cautious guys at the back and took on photography duties for the day. Noel, 6 years a guide on the Death Road, claimed that he's able to ride the entire 63km route in his head at night. Some people count sheep, not our Noel.

I'll have a pint... of tea.

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... caught and executed by the Spanish.
4. el Museo de Metales Preciosos - the best of the bunch - two rooms contain various displays of ornaments and offerings made of gold, silver and bronze that belonged to Inca, Tinwanaku and pre-Inca civilizations.

Overall, the museums were terrible - there was very little cohesion to the exhibits and almost no information about them (in English or Spanish). A real disappointment. Due to the "no photo" policy in each ...

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