Carpe Diem Bed & Breakfast

Address: Urquiza 329, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | B&B
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCarpe Diem Bed & Breakfast Salta

      Reviewed by mr.mrs.smits

      Like guest at friend's house

      Reviewed Apr 17, 2011
      by (6 reviews) Riga , Latvia Flag of Latvia

      Perfect place with nice garden hidden in the city. We feel like guests in friend's house, not like in a hotel.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Carpe Diem Bed & Breakfast Salta

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      Lightning girl

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Nov 04, 2014

      ... br> her body was hit by a lightning strike which burnt part of her face and
      clothing. The museum is very modern in its presentation with English captions
      and a range of very good accompanying videos that show you all 3 of the
      mummies. They were buried with these amazing miniatures which are tiny dolls
      with the most delicate textile work. We spent a long time here before heading
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      Roadtrip in Argentina's NW Salta & Jujuy provinces

      A travel blog entry by ru_and_dan on Jun 03, 2014

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      ... and started playing and singing. Of course the songs were mostly in Spanish but for our benefit they also played a few English songs - Wonderwall and Stand by Me although no-one really knew the words except for us, but then they busted out Barbie Girl and the whole room went off singing the words from start to end. Who would have thought!?

      After exploring the area, we decided to drive the long way back to Salta via the 'Train to the Clouds' route (a popular ...

      Friendly Cacti

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Apr 09, 2014

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      ... not allow us to understand much of the strikers' pleas, but one sign wanted "Dignity for all". We toured the square, with its main sight being the old cathedral.

      We had an ice cream in the square, changed some money on a street corner (we were getting good at dealing on the blue market by now), then toured the local museum. This is a museum of archaeology - dedicated to one collection from a single dig: the burial grounds of Inca children that ...

      New day, new country

      A travel blog entry by erinj on Nov 14, 2013


      ... for everyone else their cards allow them to take out money, but I'm forced to cross the border with a very limited amount of US cash. The lines to obtain proper documentation to enter Argentina/leave Bolivia are long and busily under the hot midday sun. Finally we get through, including an X-ray machine scanning our luggage, and advance to the bus terminal to purchase a one way ticket to Salta. Only a ...

      Colourful mountains and juicy steaks

      A travel blog entry by mirja.bester on Oct 11, 2013

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      ... involved a rather long ceremony of choosing the children and eventually "drugging" them with Chicha beer before burrying them alive in the ground. Human sacrifice wasn't very common for the Incas, but took place at special occasions like the death of the Inca king. The children are well preserved due to the conditions on the mountain and the museum only exhibits one child at a time to make sure they can preserve them properly the rest of the time. We got to ...