Originally founded with the name of La Villa de Nuestra Señora de La Paz (honoring the Catholic Virgen del Carmen), or La Paz (After the "Paz- (castellian language) " or "Peace Agreement ", was signed), which took place in October 20th 1548, after a battle amongs spaniards was settled ) 38 kilometres away from the "valley" where the actual city s
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the room was nice..the electric shower looked scary though. the staff--helpful and very friendly. breakfast was ok too. ... more
To be honest, I was disgusted with the bathrooms. Only one shower worked and it at least had hot water, but the workers treated the bathroom as their own, leaving their so called cleaned underwear dangling amongst anything possible to hang them from. ... more
Well located and good value for this hotel BUT some very disagradable and ironic persons are handling the reception..the service is very very poor, as well for the corresponding tour agency (LION TRAVEL)...the girl is very efficient but the guy is particularly hypocrit..AVOID..a lot of better hotels in the same area ! ... more
Train La Paz to Uyini
Just incase anyone wanted to get the train from La Paz to Uyini this Friday or coming Monday the rail workers are on strike = only option is the bus ...
La Paz-Potosi- Flight?
Can anyone informe me about the possiblity of flying for La Paz to Potosi or Sucre? What air line? Cost? Thks. Sylvain ...
Anyone in La Paz?
Anyone in La Paz at the moment? Am currently friendless and gagging to go out and explore the famous Bolivian nightlife. Anyone fancy taking me under their wing? Liz (24, and not a wierdo) ...
15-9-2011 Our guide met us at our hotel for a tour of La Paz. What is nice is we are not with hoards of other people, just a driver, our guide and us. We started with a tour of the wealthy part of La Paz. Plenty of Mercs & BMW’s here all in gated communities, such a contrast to the poverty of the rest ...
Posted in Dennis & Jola's South American Adventure by Dennis Maunder
Death Road Survivors!
Halloen Vi har syklet nedover den berømte "Death Road" i La Paz, og vi overlevde! I 1995 ble den kåret til verdens farligste vei, og på den tiden døde 200-300 personer hvert år langs denne veien. Den gang kjørte biler her, mens i dag er den kun brukt til sykling/turistattraksjon. 15 turister har ...
Posted in Sør-Amerika på 75 daga by Bensogcams