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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... with biscuits and the other only coffee and tea instant sachets. They do not serve any water or drinks during the 11 hour trip, nor is there any stop for you to buy some. The only available water was the hot water dispenser upstairs. There is one downstairs but it's not functioning. They showed few movies in English but the volume was too soft to hear properly and the earphone input doesn't work. Subtitles are in ...
... but everyone seems happy and relaxed.I had just returned from a 14 hour day,hungry as hell…..the tides were turning! I was trying to find a supermarket,could I find one in this locust swarm? Eventually after much cursing I get to one,walk in grab my basket and start going down the aisles.Next thing I know I have a security guard tapping me on the shoulder,not understanding a bloody word but realizing from his gesturing that i should have placed my bag in a locker.One ...
... new cars, people drinking outside in bars, tarmac roads and a very different way of pronouncing words. Also, as soon as you enter Argentina, they guys putting your bags under the bus ask for money (to put them in and take them out!). Our first bus station in Argentina was quite bizarre as it was filled with smoke and people drinking and eating in the hall and offices. It was the last day ...
... bad and after queuing they just waved us through. They didn't check anything other than passports. We could have all sorts with us and brought it through the boarder. We were now officially in Argentina and about time too. Bolivia is nothing special but we had heard wonderful things about Argentina. We located the bus terminal and made our way there, on our arrival we had our first contact with the Argentinian black market. ...
... about and watched for a bit and it all "kicked off". The band started playing, the men on horse back started riding, but we had no idea what was going on. A nice couple from BA tried to explain what was going on but i'm still working on "Hola" so had no chance when the sentences stretched to two words.... Luckily Tara's allergy to horses kicked in (this amazed me as we were no where near them) so we made our exit and we were off to catch the bus to the Argentinian border town of La Quiaca.