Camino Real Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamino Real Suites La Paz
We stayed in the Zona Sur as it is about 400m lower than the main city of La Paz - and therefore has more oxygen!
The Camino Real Suites were an excellent place to stay - very well kept with a great breakfast!
A short walk away was the shopping centre for food and snacks, but a small store just next door had just about everything we needed.
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... and salad Then the fun began the journey back Tonks Paz on the New road should take about an hour and a half but it was cleat he driver was concerned with the wheel on the mini van, bike loaded we started out journey back which is a climb on a winding road for 3500 meters which was fine until we ventured into thick cloud with around 10 meters of visibility which developed into thick rain an it started to go dark at this point it was clear we had an issue as the van ...
... 10 minutes away in the city of Copacabana. The country is 80% Catholic and every weekend they have big celebrations, taking flowers and gifts to the Virgin of Candelaria inside the church. We got there not long before the mass was about to start so didn't spend much time inside. Outside we walked through some markets which sell flowers and gifts for the church. Car owners also decorate their cars with flowers in the hope the priest will come out and bless ...
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Sunday 13th September
A free day for everyone! What a luxury. In the morning most of the group went to the oldest street in La Paz and visited a collection of museums and the gallery of the artist Mamani Mamani. Rick, Wendy, Val and Tony took the red cable car to El Alto and visited the largest market in South America. It was chaotic and crowded ...
... We then got a free bus to an Irish late bar/club called The Dubliners but it was packed so we literally went to the toilet and got a taxi back home. We went there with one of the girls who works in reception here in the hostel and we thought her name was Bitsy but when we got back home she told us her name was actually Izzy. She also told us some ridiculour stories about her love life and how she is planning to move over to Austraila with her son to move in with her ...
... weather, just not sub-zero temperatures, which is something we could be facing when we get out there. The highlight of the day was taking my new guitar back to the hostel, changing the strings, and then playing music for a few hours. It's a beautiful instrument and I'm excited to call it my own. The only problem is I couldn't hear exactly what it sounded like because my ...