Bloomers-Salta Bed & Brunch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not, and instead get driven to a pretty awesome natural amphitheater, before we sleep our way back. Lorenzo suggests empanadas in the hostel but since we are empanada'd out Laura and I head into town for date night. We wander for a bit and I buy a ring, whoop, then we settle for a restaurant from rough guide which gives free champers, win. The pink bubbles are so yummy we sink a whole bottle, accompanied by breadsticks and aioli and steak with ...
... Belgrano might be, he thought better of it. Despite its location, the campsite was pretty good with the added bonus of hot showers! Such little things deserve the largest of fist bumps. With the ATMs playing up, we decided to trade in our US dollars. With the hyper inflation in Argentina, you get a much better rate than at the ATM dependent on the amount and quality of your notes. Regret not getting out more dollars in the 25 hours spent in Dallas and Miami...
... br> of silver worn by the wives of important men. The owner was very overbearing
and hung around us the whole time but he did speak very good English and the
collection was fortunately well captioned. We then headed back into the city
centre which was a long hike and after having a snack visited the 3 main
churches in the city. The most unusual one was called la Vina which was painted
... and I am disorientated and I can't remember the street I am on and after half an hour of fruitless walking I head back to the main square to start again,a ten minute walk and i see the hotel,I try to open the door but it is locked,I can't see the receptionist,I knock politely and wait two minutes,nothing,I knock again this time much louder,still nothing,I look for a doorbell,nothing,now I am losing it ,I shake the door again and again, cursing outside like a dockyard ...
I stayed in Salta for one night, there was a cool vegetarian place and a siamese cat at the hostel to keep me happy. It caused a few problems by using a surfing board as a scratching post and pouncing on people when they were relaxing in their bunk beds. There was some kind of national strike happening that day and no buses were running that day, no one was sure about the next but I managed to get a bus to La Quiaca which borders Bolivia. I got the ...