Pan American Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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After a 12 hour overnight bus journey, where I was so cold I kept dreaming I was having a hot shower (!), we arrived in La Paz. According to all reports it was extremely dangerous, we could be robbed a gunpoint, so once again our gaurd was up.... and thankfully we had no problems, even when we were forced to walk back to our hotel, 5 blocks from …
... before reaching the start of death road. This first segment lasted for about twenty minutes, long enough for the cold to cause pain in my hands. The pain was offset by spectacular mountain scenery, and my hands soon thawed out as the windy road descended and the air warmed up. Also, before starting the actual death road, was a gravelly passage used by cyclists to bypass a tunnel not open to them. Andres, the main guide told us a story about a ...
... the first 20 mins and was taken to hospital with a fractured arm and had stitches to her face. This put a different perspective on things and we all went from laughing and joking, to realising that we could get hurt. All of us safely made the road section, had some lunch and moved onto the death road. I guess a lot has been made of how dangerous a road this is, and many people have died on this road over the years. There are crosses marking graves all along the road, on the way down. ...
... cheap for commuters and others. All in all La Paz has been much better and safer than we envisaged. Last night we were recommended a restaurant which had atmosphere, two good musicians and the food wasn't. Ok too. However it will be good to get down to sea level again and feel normal. We have finally acclimatised to the height but to be without bloody noses will be a ...
... top of La Paz. We got a little lost and accidentally found ourselves in a massive market with people selling anything from meat, fruit and spices to toys, clothes, play stations and TVs. After some wandering and walking through the maze we made it to the teleferico.
It was well worth the struggle to find. The top offered a beautiful view of the city, mountains, and everything in-between. Then some of us managed to make it back to ...