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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... I always feel hesitant to go into a church, because I have the feeling I don't belong there and I am not aware of the rules. The outside is good enough for me. And Swiss style we enjoy in a completely different way. We stay with this lovely elderly couple, a Swiss woman, Christina and her German husband who have lived in Bolivia for 37 years and who are running a spic and span little hotel. Only three rooms. They do it for fun now; Lonely Planet ...
... 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 ...
... Apparently a cement factory in town was digging around or blowing something up and they uncovered a vertical cliff that is home to the largest collection of dinosaur footprints in the world. The Bolivian people are entrepreneurs and they made an attraction of this and built a park. We took the dino bus to the dino park. Where there were giant dino statues and we took silly pictures and hiked down (and then back up) to stand right beside the dino footprints. Neither Mark nor I had ...
... girls who barely move because their make up could smear, barely moving their feet because the high heels are way too high to walk in them. But we did have fun.
At 4 am we decided we should go and have some sleep. It was already very empty and people were mostly drunk.
The girl who picked us up wanted to bring us back again. Unfortunately she was drunk.
After battling and finding out there are no taxis on this side of the city ...
... 12 days, so we've meticulously planned our next two weeks. All of that has gone out of the window already. Bolivia's political situation seems kind of dicey, it's the first president of indigenous descent, so he's done a lot for the people, apparently, though there are numerous protests and strikes every day in different areas of the country. So this was our first stumbling block, we can't get out of Santa Cruz by road. The road is blocked ...