Casa La Teresita Hotel Boutique

Address: B. Zorrilla 249, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Salta

    Cafayete tour

    A travel blog entry by hils80 on Apr 18, 2015

    ... Instead of her packing before going to bed like any other non selfish backpacker she decided to go to bed at 8.30 instead and set her alarm at 5.30 instead to pack! Unbelievable! I had a shower then made my guacamole chatting to an English guy who'd been teaching Tefl for last 5 yrs. had some of his wine. Then checked mango chill hostel again and had spaces this time so booked a room just for one night then thought I'd extend when I was there. Went to bed after ...

    NEW YEARS 2015

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Dec 31, 2014

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    An early start is not really what you want on new year’s eve but that is our reality, the addition of a power cut as we went to check out leaving us no way to pay was not helpful nor was the waiting bus and the 1hr check in deadline we had at the airport. Luckily though everything was sorted and there was really no need to rush considering the 300m long line we had to join at the airport.
    The flight took off close to on time and before we knew ...

    When Things Go Wrong!...and other tales of woe!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 01, 2014

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    ... into politics and social issues,their awful Government record ,dating back to the military junta of the 80s baffles other countries on the continent and when you talk about Argentina with Brazilians even they shake their heads at the issues they have.What is sad is that it is now part of their culture much like it is in Israel or South Africa.The Argentinians I have spoken to so far have all ended up speaking politics and corruption to me in hushed tones,they simply ...

    43. Salta steak out

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Mar 04, 2014

    It was nearly steak o'clock as we made our way across the border from Tupiza to Salta, Argentina. Once again we were entering black (blue) market territory and we were thankful that we had exchanged a load of dollars-especially as it seemed that every cashpoint charges in Argentina. The drive towards Salta was pretty interesting. Immediately we noticed big differences between the countries- ...

    Day 55 Salta

    A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Nov 09, 2013

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    ... though so we would cope just fine. By the time we had settled in our tummies were rumbling for food. And what does it mean when your tummy rumbles for food in Argentina? Steak time! We headed for the local supermarket and picked up some steak and other supplies to make cheese steak sandwiches. They were something very special indeed. It was now time to work off some of the rich food with a walk. We walked around to the centre of Salta which was gorg. A spacious square with ...