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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... into the salad buffet. Today's menu was a veggie soup, potato gratin and a cheesy potato and corn dish. So obviously Aaron gets the cheesy one, however I managed to try some of the corn without cheese. Their corn is so different, the corn kernels are much larger and they are so easy to bite off the cob. Delicious and different really. We shared a midday coffee, used the cafe wifi to research a little bit, and then decided to find a supermarket for snacks for the bus ride. We ...
... person. It was cheap there. The hostal is called "Inti Wasi" and it is located in the street Morillo. I even had a hot shower the first morning of our stayed, the other day it was like everywhere in Bolivia, cold. Liz's mother made us really nice food. She was happy to cook and we, Liz and I were happy to enjoy the wifi from our bedroom. As you can see also in my picture, there is another hostal more friendly located at two street higher called hostal " Cactus". You ...
A group of ten of us travelled an hour out of La Paz to mountain bike down the 'worlds most dangerous road.' This is something that so many people say is a highlight of their trip I had to do it. Typically when we got to the top, it was snowing, with about three inches of landed fresh snow so we had to start about 10km down the mountain. Having not been on a bike in possibly 10 years and never having mountain biked it ...
Up early for the death road as needed to meet at 7.30. Didn't sleep too great, kept thinking I'd overslept! Drove for an hour to reach starting point - it was snowing on way! Then raining when we got there. It was cold! Gave us knee and elbow pads, jacket, trousers and gloves. I wore leggings, 2 pairs of socks, thermal top, vest top, 2 fleece, waterproof then their clothes! My hands were freezing! It started off ok, Tarmac road and I was cruising taking ...
... helped with carrying the bikes and our many other bags. Without his help it would have been very difficult. The rain continued meaning our exit from La Paz and Bolivia was rather drab and underwhelming, and in stark contrast to the sunny experiences we'd had over the previous four days. We loved La Paz for its setting, friendliness, culture and many attractions, and in many ways we regretted that we didn't plan in a longer stay but Chile and all of its 2500 miles soon ...