Residencial El Rosario

Address: Ingavi 777, Tarija, Bolivia | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on Ingavi 777, Tarija, is near Chacaltaya Ski Resort, Muela del Diablo, Presidential Palace, and Witches Market.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Tarija

To the moon! (valley)

A travel blog entry by ayc17 on May 06, 2015

On our final full day we decided to venture out and see the valley of the moon. This is a historic site which was created with tectonic plate movement (the Bolivians think the natives made it). The site involved an hour walk around very steep drops with minimal support, but allowed some amazing views of the surroundings. After getting back into the centre we visited the witch's market, which consists of streets full of vendors ...

Crazy La Paz, Bolivia - Days 41 - 43

A travel blog entry by kate.alexandra on Apr 18, 2015

20 photos

... chicken buses) and Chris did his best to fit into the seats. About 15 minutes and 100 horn beeps later we arrived. The view of the city is truly remarkable - it has to be one of the most unique cities in the world.

The craziness didn't end there though, as some local girls came up to us and asked if we would dance with them for a video they were making for their university. Not one to shy away from a dance off we joined them along with an older German couple! ...

Bolivia Hop: Puno, Copacabana and La Paz

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 06, 2015

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... We jump back aboard the boat and head back to shore getting into the dock at Puno at 0830. We are quickly ushered onto the bus and make our way towards the Peru/Bolivia border. We crash and sleep for practically the whole three hour trip before we wake at the Peru border. We approach the exit immigration and it was the quickest exit ever. The guy just grabs the passport and the immigration ticket, quickly checks it and stamps and throws the passport back at us. Piece of cake. ...

The Road

A travel blog entry by maxandross on Mar 12, 2015

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... the same direction as us so we had planned to meet later the next day to make our escape from La Paz. I know I've been pretty harsh on the place, but compared to a. most other South American cities, and b. the Bolivian countryside, it was a let down for us. We spent our last morning in the witches market, shopping and happily (slightly) raising our opinion of the place. Kitted up with the mandatory gringo alpaca jumpers (seriously, zero locals wear these) we set off for ...

The Worlds Most Dangerous Road

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Feb 26, 2015

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... grey and cloudy with not great visibility, but wearing our full suits and helmets, we set off. Again it took a while to get used to it but with stops for water, or just to allow people to catch up every 20 minutes or so it was easy to gain confidence and by the time we reached the bottom I was a sworn fan of mountain bilking! The road is not as narrow as might be expected, I never felt too close to the edge, however ...

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