Pan American Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... hostel, I had to go get something to eat and the only place I knew that I could get a really good meal to fill me up was Steak House. I went back there and had a great cheeseburger. That satisfied me for lunch and dinner.
I went back to the hostel to pick up my big bag and use the wifi for potentially the last time in about five days. I got a taxi from the hostel at 5:15pm and headed back up to the bus station ...
... in a minibus full of gear and a set of bikes on top. We stopped where the road crests the continental divide. Outside the van they provide each of us with our named bike, a helmet, gloves, pair of leather overpants, and windproof jacket. It was lightly snowing with high winds, so I pulled out a scarf I had bought as a gift and wrapped it around my head to ward off the inevitable bite from riding 35mph downhill. After some briefing we ...
... through the holes in the roof! There are only 15 guards for the 2000 prisoners inside! All sounds pretty corrupt to me! To add to the "corruptness" we learnt about the presidents of Bolivia and it was crazy to learn about. 1 president was always drunk and decided he wanted the Brazillian president"s horse! So he gave the Brazilian president a horse shoe size section of Bolivia which is bigger than Ireland! This Bolivian drunk president also had the English prime ...
... of them are still standing in the ruins whilst the majority are housed in the nearby museum. The most impressive one of them called Pachamama Monolith (Bennett Monolith) stands 7 metres tall and weighs over 20 tons and was found still intact (carved out of one piece of stone).
Our final day in La Paz turned into 'jobs' day, organising hostels, flights etc and another visit to the mask museum to get photos that we weren't ...
... it all you arrive at the edge of the crater and stretched out below is the metropolis that is La Paz. It is breathtaking and so unexpected. This huge city sits tightly in the crater of a huge extinct volcano, the poorest folks living at El Alto at the very top and the more affluent at the bottom in suburbs like San Miguel. Our driver met us at the bus terminal and shortly after we were at our hotel, the Casa de Piedre in Zona Centrale. It's a very traditional ...