Los Parrales Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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Travel Blogs from Tarija
... 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. ...
Woke up at 9AM and saw the ceiling and walls still disgusting me. Thank you to the sky to check out today! Left from the **** hostel to new hostel in the severals blocks away. My reserved from the booking.com I found the lowest price is 32USD per nightly at Hostel Carmen. To plan stay for two nights.
Came in the Carmen building at 10:30AM. It's supposed to check in at noon and let me to have a room earlier.
It's very good at single with private ...
... to Tarija where not shown on the map. The bus is not for tourist so, probably not related to lonely planet.
The taxi driver does known where is it that I had a paper address showed him. He drove me lead to the Casa Blanca Hostel. A push ringing, 4:30AM, they came out and told me, I'm sorry it is a full rooms. I has shown him that I have already reserved from the booking.com. He read mine a paper printed. None of my name on it ...
... didn't. In fact I opened my first ever bottle of Bolivian wine on Isla del Sol a few days after arriving to the country while uttering the words "Bolivian wine: I hope it's not ****." Very little of Bolivia's wine is ever exported, so you'd have a tough time finding it anywhere else is the world, not that anyone ever does. But the modest vineyards around Tarija produce some surprising drinkable wine at a ridiculously low price. Tarija boasts the worlds highest altitude ...
... sounds a lot but in reality Australia imports over 60m bottles of wine from NZ alone. We saw how they made the wine and the loyal vineyards as well as trying a merlot with some local cheese and meats. Next we visited Casa Real the most famous of the Bolivian Singani producers. Singani is Bolivian brandy that is made using the whole grapes minus the skin, it differs from grappa (Italian) or Eau de Vie (French) who use the ...