Los Parrales Hotel

Urbanizacion El Carmen de Aranjuez Km. 3,5, Tarija, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Urbanizacion El Carmen de Aranjuez Km. 3,5, Tarija.
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    Travel Blogs from Tarija

    Tarija

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... own way. The sun eventually rose and we found ourselves a little stall selling hot tea and sandwiches for breakfast, by then I think we all needed it. The ticket office we were waiting for finally opened and we booked our tickets out of town and hailed a cab to take us to a hostel we had heard about from one of the taxi drivers earlier. We checked into a large dorm style room that the four of us had to ourselves, so we spread out and went down for a hotel style buffet breakfast and ...

    Tarija

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... a couple of times we didn't understand what he was saying. A coffee and a quick chat to a German tourist later we were booking our bus tickets to Sucre and getting in a taxi headed for a hostel in town. The hostel was not a hostel but a hotel, anyway after a night bus and a few previously cold hostels we though stuff it we will stay here anyway. It's warm, clean and has a massive buffet breakfast, which we took full advantage of. We sat in the upstairs balcony and used the internet ...

    Tarija, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on Mar 26, 2014

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    Leaving Salta at 5am, we caught the 5 hour bus to Aguas Blancas. Then, despite our intention being to save time crossing this way, we managed to hold up the border crossing for quite a while. As it turned out, this crossing really was for locals so the appearance of 3 tourists quite confused them. It took 3 of the people working a good half an hour to find the right code for people from the UK and even longer to convince them that we weren't from Paris. Finally, we were through and had ...

    Tarija, Bolivia 31st Jan - 3rd Feb

    A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld on Jan 31, 2014

    15 photos

    ... to spend some time here.


    Highlights


    The bus ride there was crazy. We left at about 9pm and were due to get there at about 7am. We got settled in for the night and had our sleeping pill to help us sleep through the night....then we got awoken at about 12pm by the bus stopping and everyone got asked to get off. It was pitch black and it was also raining.

    We realised it has stopped due to ...

    The home of 'fine' Bolivian wine...

    A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Dec 20, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... Street with an all-you-can-eat sizzling Argentine barbecue..delicious! Meat-fueled, we found our way 15km north of Tarija to San Lorenzo, a quaint colonial village with cobbled streets and carved balconies.

    We awoke the next day with a rejuvenated thirst for more wine but first visited the nearby two-tiered Coimata Falls, a very peaceful setting. We had a few hours to kill before the night bus so took a taxi directly to ...