EHT Sopocachi Apart Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEHT Sopocachi Apart Hotel La Paz
our hotel was very clean and had a kitchen with a oven and there was also three bedrooms a TV with English channels and a dining table. Even though there was no heater it was the warmest hotel and warmest rooms I have been in my whole life.
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