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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... and go to bed. The bed is fabulous!! 27 & 28 June 2014 Didn't do much the next few days, I'm stuck in bed with excruciating stomach pains so I'm popping pills and hoping for the best!. The few short wanders around town and Salta seems really nice and modern, a lot of random dogs laying about sleeping or wandering around, often in colurful coats donated by people it seems. Bit of peaceful (but noisey, if that makes sense) protesting ...
... from foreigners. They get pretty ****** off if you don't tip them. So top tip - have some spare 2 peso notes or coins handy unless you want some verbal abuse! The journey to Salta was overnight from 16.15 and gets into Salta at 10 am the next day. It was ok, just long. They do have video screens but most films are in spanish. There was one film in part English/part French with Spanish subtitles, no idea what it was called but I got the jist of what was going on. ...
... from the lush tropical greenery in Iguazu to the lunar landscape of the Andes mountains. It's also freeeezing and we are wondering whether we have packed enough warm clothes. We are staying slightly out of town at a Guesthouse called Casa Hernandez in a small village called San Lorenzo. The B&B comes highly rated on tripadvisor and as we arrive, we can see why. It's a warm little place and the friendly owners Alex y Rijkje, a Dutch couple welcomes us ...
... to mountains and archeology. It's pretty famous this place, as it holds three mummies, of children, that were buried by the Inca tribes yonks ago; but they buried them at about 6700m on a nearby volcano; the children's death was seen as a gift from the people to the gods, where they could watch over the lands. The bloomin' crazy thing is that because they were buried so high, the climate preserved the children, their clothes and all the textiles - you can view one of the ...
... form of its own. We'll leave you with that gem of a vision.
T n' A
- It's a bit random, but we found humor in the Argentine saying "she keeps her thermos hot but she never pours the mate." The phrase essentially means "she" is a tease.
- We trust you'll enjoy our photos and video from Salta as the flats provided fun entertainment as we played with different photo perspectives.