Carpe Diem Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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... stopped in the middle of nowhere in the mountains. We all got out asking ourselves what is there to see here? We hear a bubbles bottle popp and when all got a glass the Gaucho told us to look up. What a fiesta on the sky with all the stars out that night. Bubbles and stars is a good combo:) Up next was a tour to the boarder of Chile. The initial plan was to head to the national park for hiking and then over the boarder to Santiago but the park and pass were closed due ...
... spectacular as the sun is setting.We stopped at various points in the journey to photograph these formations on our way to Humahuaca.
The town itself is a hole in the wall dust bowl with the largest single area probably being the parking area for the tourist buses.It is also where we stopped for lunch and true to form it was bloody awful. Many people will be familiar with these types of places,giant dining rooms which are either empty or completely ...
... helped to naturally preserve the bodies almost perfectly. It was amazing to see how well preserved these mummies were. We saw a 13 year old girl, read about a 6 year old girl and saw a 7 year old boy. They are, of course. kept in perfect conditions to keep them preserved.
We walked back to our hotel. We have a lovely room; it’s nice and cool and I’m planning on a short nap. They have a nice media center ...
Awesome day today. We had booked a tour to go wine tasting in a little town called Cafayate which is 180km from Salta and has many wineries (bodegas). Cafayate has 350 days of sunshine a year and hardly any rain, hence it's ideal for growing grapes. We were very excited as it's our first wine tasting of the trip and also would be Pete's first glass of vino in 3 months! Our guide and driver for the day, Joaquin, was ...
... back of an alligator. It made our little VW violently shake and as Chad put it, “I feel like I’m in a tank in Fallujah.”
Not kidding, the place was in the freaking middle of no man’s land. But, the destination was worth it. And it wasn’t the wine we were after (although I chugged a glass after that harrowing drive), but the James Turrell Museum, created by international billionaire, ...