Wilson Apart Hotel

Alvarado 1013, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, A4402AAK, Argentina | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Goodbye Argentina...

A travel blog entry by lou_w

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... Humitas will be a favourite, think yum cha sticky rice, but it's corn and other veges steamed in a corn cob leaf. Plus lots of goat, stews and interesting deserts. My obsession with flan continues.... It's like an egg pudding with dulce de leche. Salta is a bit of a back packer hub, so in my old age I had to try to get to sleep whilst the rest of the hostel was partying away. But it is a lovely town, nice and safe and some good museums. ...

Day 91 - Salta - Wine Tasting!

A travel blog entry by neensandpete

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... and over millions of years have become huge crevices which you can walk into. As we drove through Cafayate we noticed how wine focused the little town is. They even sell wine flavoured ice cream! Our first winery was Bodega Nanni, which is the oldest one in town, as well as the only organic one. We got given a tour of the bodega and shown the process from grape to glass and then tried 4 wines. Next stop ...

Salta: The Feast of the Miracle

A travel blog entry by kristinrust

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... may have streamed down my face.

Once they reach the front of the church, a priest greets them over loudspeaker, when the pilgrims kneel on the ground to be sprinkled with holy water. The leaders are invited to speak, and weep themselves as they are overcome with emotion. They are then lead into the church where they will pray to the Lord and Virgin of the Miracle, which outsiders can witness on the huge screens hung in the ...

Up in the North

A travel blog entry by team-carrot

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Rather than do a day trip to Cafayate, we decided to go for a few days, and even though the bus broke down before we got onto it, when we finally got here it was so lovely and peaceful that we instantly wanted to stay longer. We tried to visit the goat's cheese farm - a picturesque 30 minute walk - only to find it closed for the afternoon. So we visited a bodega (winery) ...

Unboliviable Sights

A travel blog entry by dgsutherland

... off anyone? Afterwards we caught the train around to Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat). This is the mainpart of the park and where the waterfalls are the biggest. Here you can see Brazil and the water falls down into nothingness as there is so much mist you can't see the bottom. Again you got soaked here and Dave and I also got stuck at the back of a big tourist groups photo. After leaving here we also got stuck behind more tourists taking a gazillion photos of a bird. Blimmin ...

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