Camino Real Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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... blonde hair blue eyes walking around a Bolivian agricultural market. Shunning any form of modern life (electricity, motor vehicles, mobile phones), apparently they only come to town twice a year to pick up necessaries they can not get where they live in the Gran Chaco (remember that?!). They seemed to judge Sara presumably as she was showing off some knee, but also maybe because she was sharing a room with two ...
... t very nice. And I had a little fit about the lack of internet connection (after they sell you the room assuring you it functions!). We only stayed there one night and the next day we found a really sweet little hotel called Pachamama that for only 10 BOV more we had much more comfortable beds, a private bathroom and working internet! We stayed there for 3 nights. Sucre is an interesting town. It's very beautiful. It's also known as the 'white city' and it's historical centre is ...
... ignimbrites dating back to upper Miocene, about 5 to 23 million years from today; the eastern part, the so-called Maragua Syncline which is much older, is a mountain range of sedimentary rock of Cretaceous-Paleocene origin in a north-south thrust.The Cordillera de los Frailes borders Poopó Lake in the northwest and stretches between ...
... I hoped, not for electronics at least). There was a huge mall where you could buy fake or genuine phones and, as in Paraguay, I couldn't commit to any of these. In fact I'm quite liking not having a smartphone on me. No maps and no mobile internet equals more getting lost, more having to speak Spanish, and generally a whole lot more random. By the time we had taken a taxi to Tenchi, it was closed so I never did find out if they really had the travel spice kit.
... Call it more like 50! As we pulled into Asuncion we were nearly broken, especially when all the shops were closed and my only food for past 50 hours had been an apple, 2 bananas and a few handfuls of nuts!
The good news? The following day we had another 8 hour bus ride to Brazil to look forward to!
I love travelling!
Distance travelled over land: 2,900km
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