EHT Sopocachi Apart Hotel

Address: Pinilla 580, La Paz, Bolivia | Villa
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Cusco to la paz

A travel blog entry by marcusteph on Oct 25, 2015

... a full meal for two with beer and wine for £ 12 and the good was stunning. It was called Luciernagas Restaurant, Avenida Illimani #1683, La Paz Bolivia and if you want to know more look on trip advisor it's a really great authentic Bolivian restaurant. Finally a walk home rom the restaurant to our hotel and an early night as s big day tomorrow we ride the most dangerous road in the world on a mountain ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by ridgewell51 on Oct 24, 2015

42 photos

... silly but good fun. When we landed at Sun Island the Korean man waited for us while we climbed 283 plus Inca steps to visit the museum, feed the alpacas, see how a reed boat was built, explore the terraces with a mixture of flowers and medicinal herbs and participate in an ancient mystic blessing by a shaman who wasn't a shaman.

Then of course we had to go down the bloody Inca steps, back to the catamaran where we had a late lunch while heading for ...

The Valley of La Paz

A travel blog entry by samcust on Sep 21, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

... br>
After a huge day of strange sights we were happy to get back to our hostel and spend (what was supposed to be) a crazy Saturday night watching a movie.

The rest of our time was spent looking around at the markets that were open and trying to be as healthy as possible - BORING! But definitely what we needed. La Paz - we got you at an awkward time unfortunately but you still managed to surprise us. Off to Copacobana! ...

City tour and some farewells

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 12, 2015

1 comment, 55 photos

... our depleted team on the bus going to the ruins of Tiwanaku. The bus trip took us through the chaos of El Alto again, then through the countryside with views of agricultural plots with a background of the stunning snow-capped “Royal Range”. At Tiwanaku we firstly visited the museum where Sandro gave us a wonderful guided tour, explaining the general history and the significance of the artefacts. This site dates back to 5,000BC and ...

Day 46: It's Just Not Peru

A travel blog entry by gregros on Sep 11, 2015

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... Boliva. We had a 6:45 start, with our bus for La Paz due to leave at 7:30, which in Peruvian time means "maybe" 7:45. It is perhaps the least luxurious bus yet, but at least it is a day journey. It only took two hours to reach the border, which was a lot quicker than we expected, but that's probably because we hadn't allowed for the hour time difference. As Ricardo is not allowed to guide in Bolivia as he is Peruvian, we were met by a ...