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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Perla La Paz
We stayed here for one night en route elsewhere. The hotel was centrally located, overlooking the sea. It was nice to be able to go for a walk along the sea front and see pelicans and fish in the water. There was a swimming pool but it was too cold to use. Not the cheapest, but good value for four of us in a family room.
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... enjoy tacos de arrachera from“Rancho Viejo”, always juicy, tender and cooked to perfection. As I sat there staring at the turquoise water, having my tacos and drinking my beer I couldn't help to wonder why it had been two long years since visiting this beautiful place.
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... tourists posed by it, but it was unstable enough in appearance that I though it best not to get too close. That thing is not long for this world. The rock was thoroughly documented and after I was stung by a wasp on my back, we decided to head for the snack shack. We passed reefs guarded by several species of birds that all seemed to get along and many more puffers. We got back right around an hour after leaving and our snack shack/boat rental ...
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... the stove’s bottle before filling it.
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