The Buildings of La Paz


Party Place in Yellow

Party Place in Yellow

Strolling the streets of La Paz presents one with explosions of color contrasted with the more traditional.

Telling Time

Telling Time

I’ve shown you the faux lighthouse, but here’s another view.

The Light

The Light

Don’t think that all the works of art are restricted to the boardwalk area.  You’ll find other examples further inland.

Hard Rock

Hard Rock

And whereas the boardwalk has a certain look, so too do the shopping streets.

Street Charm

Street Charm

Flowers and Fashion

Flowers and Fashion

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