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 July 28th - August 3rd

    A travel blog entry by mariekell on Jul 28, 2015

    ... we got a hot meal (chicken, veg and rice) which was surprisngly tasty and they also had Focus playing in English to keep us entertained. It was however a little hard to hear it and as I have already seen it I had to keep informing Elaine of what was going on. We tried our best to sleep but it was a little difficult as we were perished even with the blankets and pillows that were provided and wearing everything we owned. We arrived in the ghost town of Uyuni around 8am the next morning and got a taxi to our hostel.

    Too close for comfort!

    A travel blog entry by colleen.c-jayne on Jun 28, 2015

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    ... spoke with the flight attendant and she allowed me to sit right at the front of the plane to "give me a fighting chance," as she said. I was prepared! I had my bag in hand and was sitting on the edge of my seat. The second that door opened I was off. I ran! According to the map I had memorized in my head I knew my first left turn meant a moderate distance, but it was going to be a straight shot to the tram platform. As I made that turn a big orange nightmare ...

    Lofty Metropolis of the Highland Indian People

    A travel blog entry by on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... chilly high-altitude airport till dawn before taking a cab to downtown. We ran into Climbing South America's founder Jeff Sandiford at his office, Jeff is a well-known Australian expat climber who recently guided a team Swiss scientists to the summit of Mount Illimani. Jeff helped us with rental gear, and informed us that our climbing guide would be Rachel, from the USA. Once settled into El Rey Palace Hotel about ten blocks away, we came back to the office to meet ...

    Death road

    A travel blog entry by michaelsudlow on May 27, 2015

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    Not quite as dangerous as I thought, but still a wicked bike ride. The company did a great job, touch wood haven't been let down yet by a tour! The took photos of the whole thing, and go pro'd pretty much the whole thing but will have to show you in person due to formatting issues. I met some awesome people on this trip including an ex army dude, an American ...

    To the moon! (valley)

    A travel blog entry by ayc17 on May 06, 2015

    ... their ***** kicked (Argentina lost 6-1 here a few years back and their players had to use oxygen tanks during the game!) and I wanted to see Cholita wrestling, a Mexican style one where women put masks on and fight (oh well, I am going to Thailand though I'm sure I'll see worse!)
    The journey to Peru and macchu pichu would begin tomorrow, another wonder of the world!

    Bolivia has had such an impact on the two of us, ...