Carpe Diem Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCarpe Diem Bed & Breakfast Salta
Perfect place with nice garden hidden in the city. We feel like guests in friend's house, not like in a hotel.
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... miss ;) After lunch Alejandro announced he will take Jerome to a "Cafe con Piernas" (Cafe con legs). Two questions arose at this point: 1) What is a Cafe con piernas? And 2), why was only Jerome invited? After pestering Ale with lots of questions during our walk there, we understood the following: a Cafe con piernas is apparently deeply linked with Chilean culture. Business men go there to do...business. Whilst ladies wearing next to ...
... to the manager we walked away under paying them. We felt she was trying to fob us off and thought she could get away with it as we didn't speak Spanish. How she was wrong :-) This left a very sour taste in our mouths and it was sad that our experience of Salta had started off on the wrong foot.
Onwards and upwards, today was a new day and with the sun shining we decided to take the 30 minute hike up to Cerro San Bernardo. This involved walking ...
... of arrangement for us. We spent the day there napping and eventually got on another overnight bus. The boys had decided to look after me and get me to La Paz. Bless them. This bus was a little newer, but sleeping was still impossible, so when we finally arrived about 5 o’clock in the morning the kids were even tired. Said a tearful goodbye and away I went to find my hostel. Later on that same day I was on the National TV, but that’s another story.
... we were at Purmamarca. A lovely small town which effectively relied on tourism to fund it's existence. A market circled around the tiny main square and once again we were engulfed by locals who tired desperately to suck us all in. Our tour continued further into the mountains through the towns of Tilcara and lastly Huamuacha. The Huamuacha valley is stunning, with millions of cacti spreading across the mountains. We were led ...
... assembly line efficiency while some local musicians serenade you then pass the hat.
Our next stop was the little village of Uquia where we visited the little 17th century church, Templo de la Santa Cruz y de San Francisco de Paula de Uquia. The most unusual feature of this church was the paintings of angels; if not the only, probably almost the only paintings of angels holding firearms. In this case arquebuses. They didn't allow pictures inside the church so I ...