La Casona Hotel-Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Casona Hotel-Boutique La Paz
This hotel is located in an old 17th century building, but has been remodeled very recently with modern appliances. Lovely hotel with comfortable rooms and a good restaurant serving breakfast, lunch (a 4 course lunch costs 5 dollars!) and dinner. Staff are very helpful. The location is excellent right by San Francisco square.
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... quite what I expected. The traffic here is quite mad actually. There are kids skateboarding and doing tricks down the middle of the highway and no one seems to mind.
Anyway, I don't know if it was the return to the altitude or the altitude tablets or maybe just the lack of sleep in Lima, but once I arrived at the hotel I proceeded to sleep for about 16 hours, so didn't see a whole lot of the city yet!
... for tourists, if you try and take a photo of the Witches they will curse you. Our guide explained a few basic ceremonies that the locals use. If a girl isn’t interested in you in buy love dust and blow it on the back of your neck. She will then be yours. Another more major ceremony is if you are building a new house or opening a new business. You will perform a ceremony with the Witch Doctor that involves a number of dusts and potions and the burning of a dehydrated ...
... our bus ride and salt flats tour. After that we headed back to the hostel for a late lunch (once again served by the raucous idiots-at least they forgot to charge us). Around 5:30 we departed for the bus station and checked in. I happened to think of asking if there was space on the cama (bed) bus that left at 6 and takes a route with functional roads instead of the semi-cama bus that left at 7 and took the rocky route. We had been told the day before that it was full, but ...
... and the internet connections in Bolivia are universally terrible
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Many gruesome stories of deaths on the "World's Most Dangerous Road', including a bloke who was riding alongside his girlfriend to 'protect her', fell off and sent her flying off the side of the cliff to her death. And, a Japanese girl, who was filming her boyfriend ahead of her, ...
One more sleep before la paz, there wasn't much else to do in copa so I said to chels "do you wanna play monopoly on the iPad?" She said "depends, am I going to win?" Towards the end of the game and I was winning then chels "got a headache" so the game was abandoned. The next day we got on a bus for a 4 hour stint to La Paz. There was something a little different about this bus ride though. About an hour or so in to the trip, ...