Hotel Rosario La Paz
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La Paz is our final destination before heading home to London (boo hoo!) - the city looks like it's set within a very large fishbowl, within a very steep valley at an altitude of around 3,660m. The views entering La Paz are amazing - you get panoramic views of the entire city from the top, with snow-capped mountains overlooking it, the most …
Apart from the salt flats, the only other thing I really wanted to do in Bolivia was the mountain bike-ride down the famous World's Most Dangerous Road in La Paz. I had heard and read lots about this and fellow travellers we had met along the way had told us what a great experience it was - you basically ride 64km down a spectacularly scenic route …
Vandaag een leuke dag in La Paz doorgebracht. Na een lange nachtrust vanochtend weer fris en fruitig aan het ontbijt. Om half negen vanochtend werden we opgehaald voor een citytour in La Paz. Er stond een busje voor het hotel en een aardige gids nam ons mee. We reden langs het plein met de kathedraal en de regeringsgebouwen. In de buurt daarvan …
La Paz proved to be a challenging city in more ways than one:
The first challege was getting in and out of our hotel. The street outside was congested with traffic edging in both directions past market stalls atrracting huge numbers of passers by making purchases for the Festival of the Virgin and its accompanyng parties and carnival …
Even after three weeks in the Andes, acclimatising all the way, plus the pain of the inca trail and our 5000m rescue mission, the whole group struggled with the altitude on arrival in La Paz. The city is situated in and around a basin, and even within the basin you are over 3500m above sea level. The settlements on the altiplano, where the …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Goed hotel, vriendelijk personeel en snelle WiFi.
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