Camino Real Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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... La Paz at the moment, it was a beautiful day.
I browsed at various markets and shops (some selling very unappetizing items, see for yourself) and ended the afternoon by riding the Teleférico, La Paz' cheap cable car system connecting the lower and the upper parts of the city. For 6 Bolivianos (less than a dollar) I rode the red line all the way up to the top and back. The views were breathtaking.
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... two and three) or why they stuck but we went there everyday and never once did we tip. I'll always remember the place. The drinks, the arguments, the dancing, the gringo hunters (are they prostitutes or do they really actually like us? Prostitutes, must be). Leandra looked after us always and we really bonded over free shots and repeated Coldplay songs. So when she said she was going to come out with us one night we were all really excited... We get to the Loki and the girls ...
... we got back that it had in fact been 5:0 already and the bad tv in the restaurant just wasn't readable. Another highlight was that we all felt sick within 30 minutes of eating the food. So that Pia went straight to bed in order not to throw up and therefore missed all of the game. Day 3: Starting to slowly recover again, Pia had set up her apartment showings today, while Savannah and I wanted to do some more souvenir shopping. So Savannah and I - still somewhat weakened by ...
... have seats together for us, but thankfully there was two across the isle from each other. At 2:00pm we pulled out of the station and almost an hour later we were on the outskirts of El Alto, traffic is always a nightmare through El Alto. Another hour and a half later we arrived at a small town on the shores of Lake Titicaca to catch a ferry. We all unloaded and bought our 2 boliviano tickets for the ferry while our bus loaded a barge. A short boat ride later we were back on the bus and heading to ...
... recommended a better hostel this time. It's such a big city that it's not really our thing but our location this second time made it more enjoyable. We went for drinks and a BBQ at Wild Rover hostel across the road and then out from there, getting back around 6am. After a sleep, we wandered around the Witches Market and booked a death road tour for the next day with some Irish friends. ~Death road~ I wasn't sure I wanted to do this but this was ...