Casa Hernandez

Hernandez 406, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4401, Argentina | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Salta

    -9degreesC at the border, meat, meat and more meat

    A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... back a guy to the room; I'll let you use your imagination to fill in the rest of this story. Salta is 1152m above sea level in the foothills of the Andes- which means we have dropped a lot over two days yahoo! Altitude and I haven't been the best of friends and I've been looking forward to getting closer to sea level. Wednesday 09 July: I was blessed with a beautiful sunrise over the mountains to the East of Salta as I was up early to have breakfast before we went horse riding. ...

    Loki Loki Loki Oi Oi Oi

    A travel blog entry by landellsandlads on Apr 01, 2014

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    Next day most of us decided to go into Salta to have a look around. The city is quite nice with lots of old buildings and a cable car which offers great views of the city and the Andes.

    Salta and North West Argentina

    A travel blog entry by candcthai on Sep 05, 2013

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    ... what left of our Bolivanos into Chilean pesos and then cross the bridge on the border. We queue for ages as we watch the hundreds of traders carrying all manner of large sacks across the border from Argentina and get chatting to a German couple who seem a bit lost as to where to go next. Eventually we all get to the immigration window and get our exit papers stamped by the Bolivian police. All very straightforward but where to go next for our Argentine paperwork. ...

    Cafayate Day Trip

    A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Apr 23, 2013

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    ... we stopped at. Some were selling food, tortillas filled with cheese and grilled on a BBQ or some flatbreads. A couple of them had llamas! They use them for milk and also their fur, on the way back we stopped at a place with about 5 of them which you could feed. So Eduardo got some dried maize out and taking a small handful, you could put your hand out and feed them. Quite cute in a dopey sort of way, their fur is soooo thick and soft and they are very greedy trying to inhale ...

    Nice enough town but bugs in a bed

    A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005 on Aug 16, 2012

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    ... Irish couple (Mairead and Colm) who want to do the same thing. The four of us spent the day finding the best deal and agreeing on where we intended to go and for how long.

    Once we had arranged the car for collection that evening, we went to a museum where they had a display of some excavated ancient burial sites, which had been found at the top of the highest local mountains … some of which are over 6000m high. Because of ...