Carpe Diem Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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We left Mendoza on yet another overnight bus, this time our destination was the north of Argentina, Salta. This city is just beautiful with gorgeous colonial buildings lining the bustling plazas with plenty of local cafes to sit and eat an empanada and people watch. We went on another walking tour to see the sights and get orientated with the city. It's got a beautiful laid back feel to it and many of the streets are leafy ...
... s one of those special tourist roads that winds through the hills with enough space for two cars if you don't mind your side getting scraped by the verge foliage. A few kms in and we were confronted by four large horses running wild on the road, with a couple of them attempting a bit of horsy love across the centreline. A little old lady was attempting to get them under control and after ushering three into the field, indicated that we should drive on. Then the fourth came ...
headed towards the bus station where the gondola that took you up to the top of
the hill on the edge of the town was located. We decided to only travel one way
and to walk back down. The gondola was a bit run down so we didn’t really enjoy
the trip up. The weather had dramatically changed today so when we made it up
the top it was fairly cold and we could see rain in the distance. The views ...
“What bloody doorbell” I replied.
He gingerly shows me outside,the doorbell is not where you would expect it ,IE next to the bloody door,it is on the wall outside on the street!!!! What knucklehead thought that was a good idea? I gesture as best I can the absolute total lunacy of having a doorbell in such a useless place, he retired like a beaten dog back to his bunk in the room next door no doubt plotting his revenge on the English dog ...
... took a few minutes to cross. We were then in the Bolivian side of the same town, which they gave a different name for, 'Villazon'. Villazon seemed to sell everything under the sun even though it was a pokey little town, I imagine this has a lot to do with the smuggling culture. The other girls got a bus somewhere but me and Chase wanted to go to Uyuni and there were no buses until the next morning. Villazon does not have an abundance of hostels and ...