Los Parrales Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... ourselves out of bed.
We went to a tour agency that booked us on to a wine tour that afternoon which given our lack of sleep either seemed like the best or possibly worst idea. The tour itself consisted of us, our guide, the taxi driver, a woman from New Jersey and her toddler daughter - I'm still unsure whether wine tours for toddlers is either really bad parenting or really good. Needless to say, we were all a ...
... for us. Not to mention Didi, my grandmother, and mom were waiting for us to arrive, its safe to say we were super excited to get there! We had heard stories about Bolivian buses, and they weren't the prettiest, so we thought that we would break up our journey to Tarija with an overnight in Oruro, kind of a halfway point, to soften the blow, to put it lightly. Well thats what we told everyone waiting for us in Tarija at least. However, when we arrived to the La Paz bus terminal and ...
... gave us each a bottle. Soooooooo goooood!
It was a great little break and I bonded with the dog and the cat. The ended up both staying with us at our little cabana...lol
My pics didn't turn out of inside the place, but there are a couple of the outside. ...
... and Restaurant. That time I was straving last ate the breakfast. Around 4:30ish, I picked a menu is Bife chorizo a la Matequilla de Hierbas Finas y Tocino al Cognac. ( Beef sausage to grilled, bacon, herbs, butter, cognac, garnished with lettuce, potato, tomato and mozzarella.) with other ordered half bottle of Campos de Solana vino. Paid 109Bs. Oh gosh that's superB food!
Back to hotel for some resting then will go out for some photos at night times.
... wine store. Wasn't sure which I want pick one. A lady owner showed me one is name of Aranjuez - Tannat made from here. She said thumb up. So I bought that one (50Bs) plus a cork (45Bs) (I did bring my own swissknife included have a cork which it was stolen from the airport. I wasn't pay attention Swiss knife since at home. I'm not sure where? From Orlando? Asunacion? Santa Cruz? None idea) returned to my room to drink the wine...tasty great! Still drinking...yummy