Radisson Plaza Hotel La Paz
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
26 May 2010
La Paz, City Sightseeing and Moon Valley
La Paz, the city that touches the sky, is an apt description. It was founded on October 20th, 1548 under the name of La Ciudad de Nuestra Seņora de La Paz (The City of Our Lady of Peace). Located high above sea level, La Paz sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La …
25 May 2010
From Puno (Peru) to La Paz (Bolivia)
- A great part of this route is along the shores of the splendid Lake Titicaca. On the way, we will stop in Juli and Pomata, towns renowned for their Catholic Jesuit temples built during Spanish Colonial times. A demonstration of students for cheaper bus tickets stopped our …
At dinner in the hotel restaurant last evening, we are presented with a menu in Spanish, French and English.
The Spanish reads: Trucha al vapor, con verduras al olivo y papas al natural
The French reads: Truite a la vapeur avec legumes a l'olivier et pomme de terre natural
The English reads: Trout to the stream, with vegetables to …
We left Manu Wildlife Reserve on the same twin-engine plane, but this time we were not the only passengers - Canadians Linda and Rocky who stayed at Manu with us were flying, too...the plane took us back to Cusco where we said goodbye to them - they were great and fun companions, but our respective itineraries led us in different directions: they …
The boat ride out from Puno to see the floating islands of Lake Titicaca was one of my favorite experiences. This lake, on the border of Bolivia, at 12,500', is the highest commercially navigable lake in the world, and by volume it's the largest in South America. The floating islands are in a shallow area belonging to Peru, and are inhabited by …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center