Wilson Apart Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bent head and face, I half expected him to suddenly lift his head and his eyes to jolt open... Ok, I may have watched too many horror films... That bloody 'Insidious'... Put too many scary thoughts into my head. There were also lots of interesting little Inca relics and figurines which were excavated from various volcanoes and mountains on display. Josh wasn't so bothered about seeing a little mummy child so waited for me outside in the sun in the main ...
Unfortunately, the government privatised the train system and as a result much of it fell into disrepair and now many of the lines have closed. The Train to the Clouds was recently taken back by the government however most likely due to the revenue potential as it's a huge tourist drawcard.
It was an extremely long day with a 7am pick up and drop off at 9.20pm that night - but the scenery was outstanding the entire way. With many hairpin turns and ...
... the short time we had to plan our Maipu stay, we didn't really manage to make the most of it. In hindsight we should have stayed in one of the many Bodegas right in the vineyards, instead of a hostel in the town itself. We felt a bit annoyed about how we messed this up, as it could have been a really beautiful experience, but it happens and we had to move on. Up North to Salta, which every traveller we met so far absolutely loved. It is ...
... 6,7 and 15 years old and is part of the Inca history. We saw one of the bodies and it looked so well preserved.
After that we were free to roam about Salta but it was so hot and most of the place shuts down for seista we decided to have a coffee and head back to our room to cool down.
After a little sleep we headed out for dinner and a traditional dancing show. The food was interesting with ...
... and local dance. The drink was Franca (a herby shot) and coke drunk by the fish bowl. One fish bowl down Erica patiently tried to teach me every regional Argentinian dance about 6 in total! They look effortlessly simple but they are not. Two fish bowls in I thought I was making good progress. Three fish bowls in marked the start of my demise! Good times ...