Ritz Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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Fecha: Viernes 11 de Julio 2014 Ruta: Uyuni - Potosi - Oruro - La Paz Recorrido: 740km Comenzamos el día sacando las motos del parqueadero a la calle para que les pegue el sol directamente y se calienten un poco. A las 9am ya estábamos listos para salir pero nuevamente la 1190 no se prendio, tuvimos que remolcarme y prenderle en marcha. A la salida …
... entrances and a large median made of the drainage creek. At the bottom was a fenced off park or simple amusement park of some kind. It didn't appear anyone was paying, until I walked through the gate, then suddenly someone found me and took me back to the gate to pay B3 (40 cents). They didn't even have change for a B5 coin, but she emptied her purse and I got some less common B0.20 pieces (e.g. penny).
Further on it got nicer again and I found ...
... flamingoes slightly pinker than their cousins we saw the day before. As the clouds parted, the sun made the lake even more red and the flamingoes put on an amazing flight show for us - always flying in pairs and marching up right in groups of 50 or more. Just beautiful, strange birds but beautiful. Countless more stunning views of volcanoes, green lakes, flamingoes and mountains and we finally made it to the Chilean boarder where we were to meet ...
... for the new funicular which runs for miles above this congested city. A new extension recently added connects the central district with El Alto and cost is minimal. Only cents to take the ride. Finally arrived at San Miguel which is a much more affluent area. Here you can find all the label shops like Beneton etc and most of the commercial offices. We went to find the Lan office to do our flight check in. We found LAN but couldn't do the checkin ...
... La Paz at the moment, it was a beautiful day.
I browsed at various markets and shops (some selling very unappetizing items, see for yourself) and ended the afternoon by riding the Teleférico, La Paz' cheap cable car system connecting the lower and the upper parts of the city. For 6 Bolivianos (less than a dollar) I rode the red line all the way up to the top and back. The views were breathtaking.
The day ended in a cafe near my hotel where I had a ...