Casa La Teresita Hotel Boutique

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

Colonial Salta

A travel blog entry by varney

25

... rock formations and pretty colours along the rocks. Cafayate itself is the center of winemaking up here, with another unusual grape being most common, this time the white Torrontes.
Spent today wandering around the city, dodging the showers, taking in the ambience and sampling the fantastic baked empanadas they have here (you get a dozen empanadas and a large beer for around ARS100 - plenty for two for ...

The Grass is Greener on the Other Side

A travel blog entry by peteindira

21

... is fully enforced here with everything shutting down for midday, and the nightlife carries a distinctly local flavor. It really is too bad that we won't be spending too much time in Argentina. If we had known what Chile and Argentina are like beforehand, we wouldn't have wasted any time exploring west of the Andes. For now though, we are happy to be on the Eastern side of this bad ass mountain range, enjoying red meat and Argentinian life.


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More border crossing

A travel blog entry by missb_mrmoo

13

... incredible rock canyons. The photos/video i tried to take don't do it justice and Josh was just grateful to get to the bottom in one piece. Arrived in Salta quite late so splurged and went to the service station for dinner - amazing what tastes good when you've spent 13hrs on a bus with just snack food. Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th Oct '13 Now before I go any further I have to have a bit of a rant/vent - most people know that Argentina is known ...

Colourful mountains and juicy steaks

A travel blog entry by mirja.bester

30

... a gorge with loads of those colourful mountains) and the towns/wine region of Cachi or Cafayate. We did, however, feel quite "toured-out" at this stage (early pick ups, fixed itinary, many hours on buses), that we decided to simply spend the two days sleeping in and walking around Salta. So on day 1 we did exactly that. Luckily, our accommodation offered the best breakfast of our trip so far: Fresh juice and fruit salad, warm bread and media lunas ...

Carrettera de Viaje con mis padres

A travel blog entry by rowannewman

1
10

So back with the folks after their incredible trip to Perito Morreno, too expensive for me! I met them just outside Mendoza in a place called Chacras de Coria. A well to do neighbourhood with its own wine festival on a the time. But we went 'street' and the three of us got a cheap bottle of wine from the supermarket and drank it in the Plaza - like teenagers! Chacras was a little to well to do which is why on the first night sleeping in the car ...

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