Camino Real Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Heated pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsCamino Real Hotel Santa Cruz
My regular spot when in Santa Cruz. Located in Equipetrol off the main road from Viru Viru airport heading into the city
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... video we were even more happy that we spent US$ 50 on the flight ticket and can only recommend this to anyone who travels the same cities.
Santa Cruz itself is a rich, but not a beautiful city. It has a nice Plaza de Armas with public chess tables, as Torben saw with delight, and a church from where you have a good view over the city. Besides this there is not much to see. It can however be observed that there are more expensive ...
... and so didn't take this option. Instead we concentrated on Santa Cruz specific things to do, and, as we are all about the animals, decided to go to the Zoologico Municipal. It cost 10BOBs to get in, that's £1. The place is small but packs in a lot of animals, sadly because the cages are often small. We read that the zoo's animals are rescued animals, and the place is run by volunteers. Which made us feel a bit better about it. There we saw, amongst ...
... of others already in full swing in the street. We enter the zone and it takes less than twelve seconds before the first canisters of foam and water balloons hit their marks and we are on our way. Everyone survives the parade, we dance, duck and forge our way along the war zone street getting pelted from every angle with water balloons, massive aerial assaults of canister foam and the odd paint ball for good measure. Our bands great, The Patrones ...
... of the mines we were told we would not be crawling in tight cramped spaces. This was not true. There were plenty of tight small spaces. In some tunnels you could stand up straight... Okay, I could stand up straight. In most areas we were hunched over. The air quality was iffy at best. Sometimes worse than others. We crawled, literally crawled up this tunnel in the ceiling at one point. There was a poorly built and maintained ladder and then a tunnel where you just hoped ...
... and the Aymara), who had been using the nearby rocky outcrop for religious ceremonies, sacrificing people to their gods, since 500BC. It's a rocky outcrop at something like 3500m surrounded by mountains, behind which the sun rise is never obscured no matter what the season. Additionally it marks the edge of the Amazon basin and the start of the lowland on the other side. Hence the significance of this site. These days Samaipata, the town, is surrounded by ...