Los Parrales Hotel

Address: 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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      Springtime in Bolivia's Wine Country

      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Sep 02, 2014

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      ... A morning spent in the local university's archeological museum brought us face to face with a mammoth, a sabre toothed Tigre, an extinct type of armadillo the size of a Volkswagen, an extinct type of sloth the size of an elephant, and an ancient adult human skeleton that had shrunk by natural means to just 38 centimetres.

      But we hadn't come for the European architecture or the giant sloth fossils. We'd come for wine. When you think Bolivia, you don't tend to think "wine". ...

      Wine, Meat & Cheese - It's relaxing time

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Aug 27, 2014

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      Tarija sits at just under 2000m and has a lovely climate. It has a population of 250,000. It is the capital of the region and centre of the Bolivian wine industry. It is a wealthy and lovely
      city. It’s wealth is palpable walking around the city. The wealth comes from it being the state with the majority of gas and being the centre of the wine industry.We did a wine tour to experience 3 different vineyards. All of ...


      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 03, 2014

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      Arriving in a city at 4:30am is never easy, but it's even worse when it's freezing cold and there is nowhere inside to hide away. This was quite a new experience for Kerrie and Vicki so it was a bit of a shock, but for seasoned veterans like us it was just another day in South America. What was a little different for us was the guys waiting for you to depart the bus. We had at one point 3 taxi drivers wanting to take us to different hostels around town but we declined, wanting to ...


      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 03, 2014

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      We decided a stop to Tarija would be a good idea as there is some nice walks around the outskirts of town and it's very close to Bolivian wine country. The bus got us in at 5 am so we had to hang out in the bus station until around 7:30 so we could he'd to a hostel. A few crazies chatted to us while we froze our butts off and loads of men kept pestering us for a taxi or hotel. Everything they offered us was too expensive. One guy just kept talking over everyone else even though we ...

      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 ...