Pan American Hotel

Address: Calle Mexico #1555, entr Otero de la Vega y Nicolas Acosta, La Paz, 591, Bolivia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Mexico #1555, entr Otero de la Vega y Nicolas Acosta, La Paz, is near Cerro Rico, Casa Nacional de la Moneda, Santa Teresa Convent Museum - Convento Museo Santa Teresa, and Plaza 10 de Noviembre.
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      Walking in the highest capital of the world....

      A travel blog entry by guillytor on Dec 21, 2014

      ... the presidential palace and the congress. Next was the "plaza Villanueva" where the municipality of La Paz is located. Then we strolled down "avenida 16 de Julio" to a roundabout that looked similar to the one in Miraflores, Lima.

      South of this area we found some posh neighbourhoods so after having a lunch with "pollo a la brasa" we grabbed a mini van and headed for the "Valle de la luna" (valley of the moon) ...

      Free time

      A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Dec 20, 2014

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      ... name of street is Santa Cruz where I stayed first hotel then further walked to next few blocks to my hotel. Wow, that's rough two hours from the station to wander lost direction to my hotel.

      6PM, R&R lying on bed....

      7:30PM, am at the English Pub to do ******** Internet surfs.

      i will come back to hotel earlier go to bed to ready for tomorrow go to the world's dangerous death road bike tour. Cannot waitting! Check on

      Chasing waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Dec 16, 2014

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      ... and the sheer thrill of passing cars on winding, blind curves more than makes up for it. The scenery is stunning, mountains and waterfalls everywhere. Gravity basically does all the work, all i had to do was stand up and steer. We hit the first gravel section and im not going to lie it scared me shitless. The gravel was more like rocks the size of my fist and the path just narrow enough for a bike beside a straight drop to nothingness. In fact earlier at a stop when ...

      Day 37 - 110mph through remote Bolivian villages

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 26, 2014

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      ... your neck in other countries, here in Bolivia, and certainly in La Paz, it was not. She knew of many people who had their things stolen because it was hanging out. She described the sneaky ways thieves would kid people into dropping their guard, long enough to grab what they need and get away. One such tactic involves someone spitting into the hair or face of the tourist. The tourist is then preoccupied with the gob that has now landed on them that they ignore a second ...

      La Paz

      A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Nov 23, 2014

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      ... to it. One wonders why she was in SA then. It's weird that given what she said, la paz was founded by the Spanish and the indigenous population were not allowed entry into the city until there had been a revolution. There were lots of cholitas in particular. See the link to the article here: 2313 this style is more an identity, it isnīt really about culture. It basically denotes a woman of the 'hard working ...