Vina del Sur Hotel

Address: Zona Miraflores , Tarija, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Zona Miraflores , Tarija.
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Travel Blogs from Tarija

Wine, Meat & Cheese - It's relaxing time

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Aug 27, 2014

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... they don’t produce much expensive wine the vast majority costs $3-$5 per bottle.
One thing that makes you sad is that while Bolivian’s are very poor there is a lot of respect. The crime isn’t often theft and it’s not often against locals. For example people will leave
their fresh juice cart or market stall and go for lunch leaving all their goods etc in the open but people never steal it. ...


A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 03, 2014

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... awhile ago, meatballs on chips, yeah more chips. When we got back everyone was tired and not really up for an early morning, so the wine tour was off unless we could find an afternoon tour. Today we woke late and had a long breakfast before checking out and heading into town to find out more about the wine tours. We found a really helpful lady at another tourist information office on the main square who spoke a little English and put us on the right track. All we had to do ...


A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 03, 2014

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... but quite sweet. Not sure I will be drinking a lot of Bolivian wines while I'm here. Then we went onto a ravine, where you could see the split in the side caused by an earthquake, making a space for a river to flow between. The last winery was the oldest and the wines were the worst. They were either sickly sweet or disgustingly vinegary. Not my fancy at all but the building wax pretty. A really old mud brick house that had been standing for a really long time, complete with open fire ...

Tarija, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on Mar 26, 2014

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... Still, we had now arrived in Tarija! We had heard varying things about Bolivia, some quite off-putting, so we weren't sure what to expect. Tarija turned out to be a quiet little town that prides itself on its steak and wine. However, it also sees itself as belonging to Argentina so we got the feeling that we maybe weren't seeing the real Bolivia just yet. We spent the next day unsuccessfully trying to find a tour agency so that we could book our salt flats tour, however the ...

Tarija, Bolivia 31st Jan - 3rd Feb

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

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... our journey.

We fell straight back to sleep thanks to the sleeping pills, & the next thing we knew, we woke up at about 6.30am and it was bright... but we were not moving. We were at another landslide...this one was MASSIVE. There was no way this could be cleared so the drivers had just decided to park up and wait until the morning to re-assess the situation.

The whole bus started to wake up and ...