El Salvador Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Woke up at 9:30AM! I wasn't expecting...it supposed to get up earlier. I guess, my bed is a champion comfortable ever in Bolivia (that remind me way back to Encarnacion, Paraguay)
here are very good opinion free breakfast. I choose scrambled eggs, cereal with yogurt, banana cake with chocolate cream and banana and twice cinnamon of teas. There have plenty to choice different of foods.
After 10:30AM, Went out of the hotel to direct the Casa de la Cultura ...
... modern TV. Decided stay there and drink three bottles of tall beer (75Bs) to kill the time to avoid back to the room. Why? Look at that photo!
Step out out of hostel not far to the store to buy three tall cans of beer (36Bs) eh double price from the bar. Just ******** time to drink the beer in front of my suck wonder room.
The time served is turned light off. So I concerate on iPad surf and drinking the beer at outside inside.
... one, set in an ideal lick setting. But unfortunately they didn't offer wine tastings or tours and looked at us with judgement for wanting to drink so early on the morning. Thankfully their next door neighbour was La Casa Vieja, a beautiful old abode house set amongst acres of vineyards with a backdrop of stunning mountains. After wandering around the grounds for a while we found the tasting room. There amongst the walls lined with family photos, wine bottles, knick knacks, and jams, ...
... in the area. We also visited the Casa Dorodo (Golden house) which was a folly of a local resident who spent a huge amount of money on building this fantastic property. He ran out of money and it’s now a museum, theatre and offices. The inside was very elaborate and pretty cool. No photos allowed but
it looked like a manor house or royal palace from England/France inside. Tomorrow we begin our epic 2 day journey to ...
... through a very fertile plane. The next tasting stop was a shop that sells different boutique wines and a few preserves. We tried a red wine that unfortunately none of us liked, so we weren't tempted to buy anything. The last stop for the day was at a 400 year old adobe block house on an amazing property. We all had to stand in a semi circle and they guy from the vineyard filled up about 6 glasses. The idea is that the the glass gets handed around the circle and the last person has ...