Camino Real Hotel

Address: Av. San Martin y 4to. Anillo, Santa Cruz, 2130, Bolivia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Av. San Martin y 4to. Anillo, Santa Cruz.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCamino Real Hotel Santa Cruz

      Reviewed by chasqui1970

      Hotel Camino Real

      Reviewed Jun 22, 2013
      by (8 reviews) Sparks , United States Flag of United States

      My regular spot when in Santa Cruz. Located in Equipetrol off the main road from Viru Viru airport heading into the city

      Downstairs freshened up
      Santa Cruz, Bolivia
      A mysterious person sent us Saltenas and a Coke
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      Upstairs at Hotel Camino Real
      Santa Cruz, Bolivia

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Camino Real Hotel Santa Cruz

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

      The eternal pilgrim … or “You will see

      A travel blog entry by bertilemmes on Oct 17, 2014

      5 photos

      ... We all know
      by now that there is a reason behind all of this. Why did the original plan
      with Peru un-happen though Peru itself is still very much on the programme? Why
      did it have to be Bolivia? Why Sucre in Bolivia? Why getting an apartment that
      is a ‘resting place on the road of the pilgrim’? Why did I get the name “Ojos
      de Lobo”, long time ago in Menorca, and why is there a wolf-like dog guarding
      this magical place outside? ...

      Santa Cruz

      A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Jul 02, 2014

      2 photos

      ... good and bad). Better food, proper local spicy meat stews, and more street stalls, fried empanadas, ice creams, fresh fruit juices. All smelly and delicious. There are some fantastic costumes around too. Mostly the women. They wear these really full pleated skirts, which sway as they walk, and thick tights. Their long black hair is braided into two long plaits with large black or wicker ornaments hanging off the ends of them, topped off with ...

      Tales from transit

      A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Jun 30, 2014

      2 photos

      ... grids. Each time it died, the group of us clinging on for dear life were thrown forward and ended up in a heap. My right arm hasn't felt the same since. At the 'bus stop' - a term I use very loosely as we were stood at the edge of a field, in the rain, being eaten by mosquitos - a group of us discovered we were all heading in the same direction and teamed up. By the time I arrived in Corumba - a sad sort of town on the edge of the border - there were solo travellers from ...

      Going back in time to Bolivia

      A travel blog entry by humpooper on Nov 26, 2013

      10 photos

      ... on the net of their clothing. Also while you at it look up the Bolivian Mennonites and it takes you through the court cases about the 'Ghost Rapes' of the community since 2005. It's sickening to the core and the same community we were having lunch with... We got up early the next day to go book our bus to Sucre and were very pleased with ourselves when we managed to sort it before 8am and for 80 Boliviano each. Effectively less than £8 to travel 14hrs at ...

      Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2)

      A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 18, 2013

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      ... eat cheese at 3am...From there we got a taxi to a German Hostel. However just before we go we see loads of warning signs about dodge policemen so to be on the look out...when in South America... The hostel was very European where our room had a balcony overlooking the street. Very colonial! It also felt like someone's house which sometimes can be a good thing when travelling. We also got to plan the next few days having our buses and salt flat tour booked up by a member of staff there ...

      Traveler Photos Camino Real Hotel Santa Cruz

      Downstairs freshened up
      Santa Cruz, Bolivia
      A mysterious person sent us Saltenas and a Coke
      Santa Cruz, Bolivia
      Upstairs at Hotel Camino Real
      Santa Cruz, Bolivia
      Amors 1st morning in Bolivia
      Santa Cruz, Bolivia