- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPresidente Hotel La Paz
very nice place because it is in the middle of the town everything is in walking distance!
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Today was another jam-packed day, where we visited the incredible Lake Titicaca.
The day began watching the sun rise across the lake from out hotel room!
We first were driven to the Peru/Bolivia border- this was a surreal experience due to customs consiting of three small huts, and some small 'money exchange' counters that were …
... good and price for only 10USD per nightly and plan to stay there three nights. I found out that hotel does not provided wifi in that **** building. I saw on booking has a wifi. They lied. They should have let booking.com known do not have it. Oh well, I was planning to leave the Hotel Garcilazo tomorrow in the morning. To look for another room, so far I am interested to look at this "Full Hostel" have provided wifi, I require to have the Internet with me in the ...
... to get there soon. But the journey was much longer than I thought, especially with the Bolivian traffic. The driver was great, however. Honking at everyone who so much as edged into the lane he was in.
By the time we arrived it was 4:50pm. I left the driver with my things and asked him to hold up. I wondered if he might take off anyhow, with all my things... my camera. Stomach belly flip. No. Surely not. I hadn't paid him and he seemed a nice guy. Plus he was hired ...
... not just working class. It's considered really bad in Bolivia to be lazy so this identity proclaims that I'm a worker, I have a business, I'm a success.
I walked round the markets, where i counted as many as 16 different types of potato (remember that Peru was originally the home of the potato and that Sir Francis Drake first brought it to England. Some of them looked like red and yellow cherries, others were bright purple, others red etc) ...
... were raped and men beaten and the tours stopped. Thank goodness! Apparently the rights to this book were just bought by Brad Pitt so hopefully we will get to see this story on the big screen. The rest of the tour was fun as well. We learned a lot about the local culture including the significance of the llama fetuses at the witches market (among other things!). These are used as sacrifices to pachamama to be buried before building a new house and to protect it from flooding ...