Plaza Hotel

Address: Av. 16 de Julio No. 1789, La Paz, Bolivia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. 16 de Julio No. 1789, 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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    Travel Blogs from La Paz

    La Paz... Days 33-35

    A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Oct 02, 2014

    13 photos

    ... hit as least 3500m as Chris'****-o-metre' went into action! He claims the high altitude sets him off.... unlikely excuse!!! The following day, we went out to moon valley, a valley full of abstract rock formations. Interesting but disappointing. We then did a free city tour which was really interesting as we learnt about Bolivian customs and culture. As part of this we visited the famous witches markets, where baby llamas and llama foetuses hang dried up in their ...

    Exploring La Paz

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Sep 17, 2014

    10 photos

    ... is adjacent to the Plaza. There are over 2,000 inmates and only 15 guards on a good day, there are less at the weekend. The prison is self regulating with elected representatives to keep things under control. There are so many prisoners because in Bolivia you are guilty until proven innocent and you might wait 3-5 years for a trial and this time doesn't count towards your sentence - that goes on top. It is described as being a little town of its own where prisoners ...

    Crossing the border to La Paz

    A travel blog entry by ludders on Sep 12, 2014

    5 comments, 22 photos

    ... strikes all day every day with firecrakers being let off constantly - at first I thought it was guns but thankfully not! In fact there was a lot of this in Peru too; in Cusco the mayor was killed by people striking who did not agree with plans to privatise a nearby gas line. I think 5 people were killed in the Cusco/Aguas Caliantes strike at the time I left, although it was based rurally away from where I was staying so it wasn't something I became too ...

    Views, Food and Art

    A travel blog entry by thelomaxfamily on Jul 23, 2014

    15 photos

    ... home of a famous Bolivian ceramicist named Mario Sariabia. We were greeted and shown around by Mario himself, and were then introduced to his daughters who also create jewellery with Bolivian silver and gems, and also ceramics! This place was so beautiful and Mario and his family were so welcoming and interesting and even gave us a small ceramic teapot, which Sally adores! Ollie particularly loved the five resident dogs, especially the Golden Retriever, Alsatian cross called Simba! The ...

    La Paz round 2, the sequel

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 01, 2014

    23 photos

    ... decided on some colours and bargained for the price. Reluctantly the lady accepted and we headed off with our new souvenirs. We had another lovely dinner at the Mexican with Liz and heard about how she was going to get to the animal park she is volunteering in for 2 weeks. It sounded like a hassle but she was keen to go so hopefully it all works out for her. Vicki and booked the death road bike tour for the next day and on the way back to the hostel I sucked it up and ...