Hostal Amalia

Calle Calama 529, La Paz, 2285741, Bolivia | Inn
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Bolivia - Land of the "Not So Free"!

A travel blog entry by connieeasley on Aug 08, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

... Spanish) if I have a Bolivian Visa....and he doesn't mean a credit card. Well, no. I've been in Bolivia for 5 minutes. I didn't exactly say THAT, but I reminded him that I was in line to go through immigration and then "purchase", yes, "purchase for $135" a Bolivian Visa. He then yells at me, and asks me again if I have a Bolivian Visa. I open my passport to show him my American Visa and he takes my passport ...

Back In La Paz

A travel blog entry by globalwanderers on Jul 31, 2014

38 photos

... away we wandered around. Went to San Pedro Prison where Marching Powder was written from and about. We tried to get in but they said no.

Luckily for us Sat 2nd August was a mammoth fiesta. It started at about 10am and finished at 11pm. It was a full day of parades and floats, food and drinking. It would have to be the biggest street party I have ever attended!
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Views, Food and Art

A travel blog entry by thelomaxfamily on Jul 23, 2014

15 photos

... touristy, except we were a little bit put off by the paintings of pigs eating humans on the walls!

With very full stomachs, we headed back to the hotel as we were very tired from all the adventuring! Here we just chilled out and Jemima was able to Skype one of her best friends Megan, which made her very happy, but a little bit homesick!
After this we headed to use the hotel gym and pool, before heading out to dinner.

La Paz is a crazy city at night and is heaving ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 19, 2014

25 photos

... around the shops before heading to the San Fransisco church to possibly meat Kerrie and Vicki for lunch at the market. They ended up booking tickets to the jungle so couldn't make it, but we still headed to the market for a fruit salad lunch. From there we made our way to the bus terminal to find out about busses to Lake Titikaka, and we also stumbled across a guy selling cheap salteñas so we got one for now and one for later. 3:30 rolled around and we headed off to watch some ...

Bolivia - Death Road and Salt Flats

A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Jun 19, 2014

... did eventually come on). There was one good thing about this hostel however, this being the natural hot spring right outside... Perfect for warming up after a freezing day, one problem, we had to get out afterwards! The view from the spring was incredible, I don't think I have ever seen so many stars... To prove how cold it was out of the spring, by the time Matt had walked back to the hostel his swimming shorts had frozen stiff! The next day was mainly ...