Casa Hernandez

Address: Hernandez 406, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4401, Argentina | B&B
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      Lake Titicaca, Peru - Cafayate, Argentina

      A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... up to the election no alcohol was to be served so that all voters had a fresh mind when it came to voting. This meant that we were in one of the biggest party areas of south America and were unable to buy a glass of wine let alone a bottle of vodka! We tried our best to make the most of things but even alot of restaurants and shops were closed. We went on a walking tour and found out alot of history of the city including the more macabre side of things like human sacrifices ...

      Roadtrip in Argentina's NW Salta & Jujuy provinces

      A travel blog entry by ru_and_dan on Jun 03, 2014

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      ... 3 instead because we liked it so much. We stayed at Rusty-K Hostel (again highly recommended) with really nice private rooms opening up into a relaxing courtyard under the shade of grape vines. They also put on the best asado we have had in Argentina for dinner one night, followed by a series of drinking games and a bit too much red wine - very fun night tho!

      While in Cafayate we visited some of the wineries, tried red wine flavoured ice cream (surprisingly ...

      Steak, wine and we feel fine

      A travel blog entry by danarol on Nov 14, 2013

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      ... everyone else was either Bolivian or Argentinian. Trying to figure out a chaotic border process when nobody can speak English can be a bit of a challenge. There was a sort of queue but it didn't move very quickly because they only had one person at the window, and the 'immigration assistants' who will jump the queue for you to get your exit stamp for a fee made our wait even longer. Finally when we got to the front of the queue it was me (Caz) who got ...


      A travel blog entry by daveserrao on Jun 14, 2013

      1 comment

      ... his rich boss to give to poor people.

      Finally back to Salta, we have to solve plan B, as the road to Chile are getting worse and the border is still close. The only thing we could got from here is a bus ticket to the Bolivian border Villazon, we only pay 150 pesos so I am kind of expenting a though bus ride. So tomorow is gonna be a complete adventure figuring stuff out in ...

      Salta- La Linda

      A travel blog entry by travellerlp on Nov 13, 2012

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      ... s really a great host!) so I packed up and prepared for my flight to Buenos Aires in the morning. Salta's nickname is La Linda or the pretty. This is most certainly true and I had a fantastic time there getting to know some great people, eating good food and seeing some out of this world scenery. I highly recommend a visit (especially to people from the Southwestern US, as they will feel quite at ...