El Salvador Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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So we are off to Tarija! I'm no stranger to Tarija. I have visited Tarija a numerous times, but haven't actually been back since 1998. I'm not sure if I can safely say the "majority" since moms side of the family stretches onto all four corners of South America and then some, but a good chunk of family live in Tarija. From cousins to more cousins topped with aunties and uncles and even more cousins (not to mention my only and favourite great aunt and uncle), Tarija is practically a ...
... to be nosey what are they doing in their life.
I noticed in Tarija Civilians are tallers than any in Bolivia. Some or more tallers than me. I found out how they are growing heights. They are mixed Argentinas and Bolivians. The Argentinas are mostly mixed Europeans come from. So, that's how where the heights here in Tarija.
I was mood to have some beer to drink up. found the local bar at corner of the plaza. There ...
... we dutifully gulped it down to make way for the light, peachy, floral muscat. This wine was simple but pleasant, sweet but not too sweet. The perfect drink on this hot morning. We kicked back feeling smug. We didn't need no expensive tour. Here we were after a 6 Bs taxi ride, drinking free wine in the sunshine at a small, quirky, organic winery. We got this.
Encouraged by our immediate success, we set off to find the other wineries within the town. Within a few minutes ...
... Not sure what the Catholic Church back in the day would have thought about the wine glass statue being higher…The views were nice and after all that walking we dived into a steak restaurant
and I ate a huge steak, it might well have been the whole side of a cow as I needed a crane to get me out of the restaurant. The afternoon was spent visiting the archaeology museum and seeing the bones of some huge mammals ...
... He was given a barrel of wine that was supposed to last a few months, but he had a party and everyone drank the wine. When he went back for more the priest decided to show him how to make his own wine. Between kohlberg and our next wine tasting, we stopped at a bridge where our guide told us that the valley used to be a large lake until an earthquake hit and split one of the hills. Basically all the water ran out through the large split in the hill and now what's left is a ...