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, Witches Market, and Presidential Palace.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Residencial El Rosario Tarija

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Tarija

Last Day in La Paz

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 10, 2015

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... t pass through because we haven't paid the usual tax fee as we don't have a specific ticket that says so. So we turn around pay the 2 boliviano terminal tax fee (such a rort you have to pay a fee to use the terminal to catch a bus), and decide we still have time so we should get food before passing through the gate. We walk down to where the food is in hope of getting a few Saltena's, however the first vendor we get to, Aaron isn't understanding the lady, so I tag in and ask what ...

Copacabana, Sun Island & La Paz

A travel blog entry by chakotai on Apr 02, 2015

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... apparently !! On to the harbour and a hydrofoil trip to Sun Island - one of the largest islands on the lake - lunch was fresh trout caught in the lake - the climb up to the cafe on the island was too much for me and I had to take oxygen to get rid of an altitude headache :( Our guide Gina also gave me a wonderful head massage to help the headache!! We visited another island - Moon Island - this island was used to hold ...

La Paz and Death Road

A travel blog entry by tomstafford on Feb 25, 2015

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... a number of large lorries pass through in both directions!). Then came the real death road (which got its name from the number of Paraguayan prisoners who died building it) with 1000m drops to the left and a rocky loose surface dotted with water falls to ride through and narrow sections of 3m it certainly was hairy but great fun. The views once out of the clouds were out standing all the way down align the side of a jungle valley dotted with coca plantations. We ...

Bolivia beginnings

A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Feb 02, 2015

... cliff. I think the guide mentioned that around 20 people die cycling death road each year! Steve and I chose the most expensive tour company as it had the best reputation and best quality bikes. Death road wasn't somewhere to cut corners! At the bottom of death road we had a buffet lunch at a animal santuary. We also went on a tour of the monkey santuary which was great to see how different centres operate in comparison to Wildtracks! The monkeys had more freedom ...

Chaos abound in La Paz

A travel blog entry by civilgator on Jan 22, 2015

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... It helped from becoming too distracted while coming down the mountain. The further we went, the warmer it got until we finally reached the end point. We were all mostly unscathed. I had a close call after hitting a loose rock and almost slamming into the mountain side (better that than down the ravine), and a guy in our group actually had a close call with the edge after getting to close to a drainage ditch during a sharp turn. A girl fell off her bike and ...

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