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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... go, be it long or short distance, and they will stop to pick you up. This typically gives you a ride in a small bus filled to twice its capacity with people standing in the aisle, while there’s always someone trying to squeeze past these people to get out and somebody selling food trying to squeeze past in the other direction. It’s not very comfortable, but it’s cheap, it’s a fun experience and we somehow appreciate how casual the system is.
The evening ...
Very soon after leaving Alemania the Quedabra de Cafayate began. The mountains here are nowhere near as high as the mountains from Purmamarca to Salinas Grandes, but in my opinion the scenery going through this Quedabra is much better. Once again I had to be very careful not to run off the road, as I was constantly turning my head to the right and the left, gazing in awe at what I was seeing. Road signs have been placed at many ...
... juice. Empanadas weren't great but needed something quick. Then rushed back to hostel, changed tried to last minute charge stuff then walked to bus station - sweaty! Got an ice cream. Say at front top of the bus. Couldn't hear films very well and not movies froze half way through - annoying! Finished my sharp objects book. Slept quite well couple of glasses of wine probably ...
... llama foetus’s under your house to keep away bad spirits. In fact we got to see some of these at the witches market. The highlight of La Paz was of course riding along Death Road- the most dangerous road in the world. With a death rate of 300 people per year before the new road opened you can understand when I say In was too busy watching the road in front of me instead of looking at the scenery. Luckily for us we went through a company that took photos for us while we were ...
... Decided to just walk around exploring, like we do, and saw an old woman making empanadas in a tiny little shop. Of course chef Teri went in and learned the technique but again was denied a photo by the old gal. Probably because her smile was missing several teeth. We eventually walked into the real square, which was massive and beautiful. Walked home to siesta then back to the square (filled ...