Tarija Travel Guide

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Tarija Things to Do

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    by Maillekeul Written Oct 23, 2003

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    A nice place to find everything you want (from vegetables to bread) in a typical atmosphere...

    Un endroit sympa pour trouver de tout (des legumes au pain, en passant par le jouet pour les gosses) dans une ambiance typique.

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Tarija Restaurants

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    by richmonder63 Written Jan 21, 2008

    The market in central Tarija as well as the one on the hill have quite a number of small restuarants which serve inexpensive meals quickly. Somestimes, they are too crowded for comfort and there are unpleasant smells drifting through the market. The meals are usually good and filling though. It is also a good way to enjoy the company and meet Tarijans.

    Favorite Dish: Saice is a dish comprised of peas, potatoes, meat, etc in aji sauce. I would get a large delicious plateful for about .50c US in early 2005

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    by Maillekeul Updated Dec 30, 2003

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    Ideal place to breakfast and watch people on the main place of Tarija...

    Le lieu ideal pour prendre un petit-dej et observer les gens sur la place principale de Tarija...

    Favorite Dish: American breakfast : great coffee, fruit salad, huge toasts with mermelade and butter, natural orange juice, eggs and bacon... for only 14 bolivianos (less than 2 USD)... CRAZY !!!

    Le petit-dej "americain" : super cafe, salade de fruits, toasts geants avec beurre et confiture, jus d'oranges pressees, oeufs et bacon... pour seulement 14 bolivianos (moins de 2 USD)... FOU !!!

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    by Maillekeul Written Oct 5, 2003

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    I have to be honest : this is the best and the cheapest place where we have eaten during our trip. First, it is so good, second it is enormous (we had to have two tables to put every meal we choosed), and, at last, it is cheap !!

    Je dois etre franc : c'est le meilleur et le moins cher des endroits ou nous ayions mange en Am-Sud. Un, c'est bon, deux, c'est enorme (on avait deux tables pour disposer tous nos plats) et trois, c'est pas cher.

    Favorite Dish: Imagine ; a "fondue bourguignonne" with the best meat, vegetables, fruits, french fries, a "Milaneza Rellena" (meat with ham and cheese inside) with french fries and vegertables, a bottle of red wine, un dessert, all this disposed on two tables.... Only 12 USD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    And what a nice place !

    Imaginez : une fondue bourguignonne, avec une viande de haute qualite, une assiette pleine de legumes, des fruits, des frites, une escalope milanaise farcie de jambon et de fromage (genre cordon bleu en 4 fois plus grand) avec legumes et frites (sur deux assiettes distinctes), une bouteille de vin rouge, un dessert....... seulement 12 USD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Et quel bel endroit !!!

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