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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Travel Blogs from Salta
... wir zwei Museen besuchen von denen wir in unseren Reiseführern gelesen hatten. Als erstes besuchten wir das Museo de Arquologia de Alta Montagna (MAAM). In diesem Museum wurde Fundstück und drei tiefgefrorene Kinderleichen gezeigt die bei einer Ausgrabung auf einem Berg in der Nähe von Salta gefunden wurden. Die Überlieferungen der Mayas lassen darauf schließen das der Berg ein heiliger Ort war und die Kinder geopfert wurden um ihr Götter zu besänftigen oder für ...
... of Catholic wealth! The interiors were amazingly frescoed and you definitely couldn't miss the churches from the street! At sunset we took a cable car up to a hill on the edge of town for views over the city, amazing to see how vast the city was for a concentrated sq mile of centuries old architecture. This morning (12/03) we are up early and heading North to the Bolivian border, hopefully will be in Uyuni late this ...
... heritage, as well. And we got to experience an important part of Argentina's modern culture, watching Argentina play in the World Cup final while we were in Argentina. Dennis and I had a very early flight (4:55 a.m.) out of Rio on July 12--only our third earliest flight of this trip, however. We had a four-hour layover in the tiny Argentine Iguazu airport, but still arrived in Salta in the early afternoon and hit the ground running. We checked ...
... cheapest part of the country that we have been to - what's not to love?!
We found the best way of exploring the Salta and Jujuy provinces was by car so for 7 of the 9 days we had here we hired a car and road tripped it.
Salta (day 1)
After another long 17 hour bus ride from Mendoza, we arrive early in the morning in Salta and had the day to explore the town before starting our road trip the next day. Salta is a large town with a small town ...
... up, but I have to say, I think you're pouring drinks a little strong." "Well, I've seen the way you drink, so I'm not surprised you think so. Just put it down to shaky hands." "No, I'm serious. I'm the manager here and you have to respect my wishes." We looked at each other in silence until the Argentine, the one who had been talking with the girl Daria came in. "Looks like your Daria just got freed up," I said. "Oh excellent," said the Englishmen, turning to go. "Look, ...