Bloomers-Salta Bed & Brunch

Address: Vicente Lopez 129, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | B&B
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    Südamerikanisches Zeitgefühl & Spital Aufenthalt

    A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Apr 26, 2015

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    ... Wir aßen im Mercado Central feine Empanadas und zum Dessert gab es unsere Lieblings Alfajores.
    Als wir zurück im Spital waren teilte man uns mit das bei Manuela alles in Ordnung sei, aber ich Antibiotika nehmen müsse. Diese holte ich in der nächsten Drogerie ab und hoffte nun auf baldige Besserung.
    Als wir unser Frühstück zu uns nahmen sahen wir, dass es regnet. Wir machten das beste daraus und spielten zusammen ein Kartenspiel bis zum Mittag.

    Mummies and Churches

    A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Mar 11, 2015

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    We arrived early morning after an overnight bus, think we have finally got into the traveller mindset, had nothing booked before arrival but found a nice cheap hostel and wandered into the very pretty town centre for lots of coffee and sightseeing. We visited the MAMA (Museum of high altitude archaeology) where the discovery of 3 perfectly preserved child mummies buried at 7000m high mountain peaks were extracted in the late ...

    "Mucho Vino, Mas Agua"

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jul 12, 2014

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    As Dennis and I lingered over our second bottle of wine late into the evening of our second night in Salta, our waiter came over with a complimentary big bottle of water. "Mucho vino, mas agua," he said as he poured. We laughed and thanked him, grateful for the hydration. The Salta region of Argentina is the country's second biggest wine producer after Mendoza, with its own varietal of white (Torrontes) that we love, and our three days in ...

    Homage to Salta Part I

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Jun 01, 2014

    ... at me with his mouth slightly open. His two front teeth were shorter than the rest and the whole thing gave him the look of a teething child. Or a goblin. "She's talking to that man over there. The Argentine." "So she is. Should I call the police?" "Don't be smart. I only bring it up because she and I were up until 2am or nearer talking. And now there she is with this Argentine." "What are you so sore about?" "Nothing. I just hate to see her waste such a nice day with ...

    Because people told me to go here...

    A travel blog entry by danielgpeters on Apr 17, 2014

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... I must say it was incredibly beautiful and we all wished we had more time to rent a car and drive around/stop where we wanted to explore. I would highly recommend Salta as a stop on anyone's northern Argentinian tour!

    Unfortunately with my tight time schedule we were quickly back on another night bus to the Bolivian boarder after a few days... In the next post stories from the Bolivian boarder crossing and 4 days in the Bolivian Salt Flats!!

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