Casa Hernandez

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

      My liver will never be the same again...

      A travel blog entry by edthatcher678 on Oct 08, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... 40 people there max while we were there so you could actually get to know everyone. I think when we were there it was a perfect combination of weather and people which just made the whole 5 days so much fun - Lee and Helena the mad English couple, brendan the hilarious aussie that worked behind the bar with his daisy Duke shorts, mitch the permanently drunk manager, German Tim, Fresh the Guyanan, will the English bar manager, Leo ...

      The Long Short Stop in Salta

      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on May 24, 2014

      7 photos

      ... bit the bullet and booked ourselves onto the bus for tonight, we did not want to wait anymore days for the bus. We were only meant to spend one night in Salta and we have now been here for three! Our bus was only at 1am so to fill in the time Lauren and Vicki got their hair cut while Chris and Kerrie went shopping and enjoyed a beer in the plaza. The rest of the time we watched movies in the outside area at the hostel and waited and waited and waited for ...

      Cafayate Wine Tasting

      A travel blog entry by woody0198 on Dec 10, 2013

      ... t really stand out. Salvador Figueroa is a tiny little winery that does everything by hand, and they don't export at all. They had a wonderful cab that we just had to buy a bottle of. We stopped by Bodega Nanni, but they were 20 minutes away from their next tour, so we walked down the block to Domingo Hermanos. They have some neat historical winemaking equipment in their courtyard, and several lines of wine. I think we had two "young" wines (low ...

      A Trot and a Gallop

      A travel blog entry by sararuth on Jun 15, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      I was long awaiting my half-day horse trek with Sayta. A taxi picked me up at 9am and then also picked up two girls at another hostel in town, Karen from Vancouver and Helen from England. It took an hour to get to the ranch but upon our arrival was breakfast. Saskia was our volunteer host for the day. She'd done a trek and asked Enrique the owner if she could stay on for awhile. We had tea, coffee, the mandatory bread with dulce ...

      Salta, Cafayate & Tucuman - back to civilisation

      A travel blog entry by katsitchyfeet on Dec 07, 2012

      18 photos

      Salta - wow, I felt like coming back to civilisation. Maybe even more, compared to all previous countries Argentina is definately the one that most resembles Central Europe. Cars stop when you're trying to cross the street, in supermarkets you get basically everything that makes a German soul happy (yes, also cheese!) and cars don't only come from India or China.
      Along with this upgrade comes of course a downside: after living like a king in ...