Hostal El Alcazar Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... stuff like machu picchu and Iguaz˙ falls were unbelievable experiences that I'll never forget and are incredible in their own right, but this week was just brilliant, never a dull moment and some of the funniest nights of my life! From Salta we planned to head across to San pedro de atacama in the atacama desert in Northern Chile, from there you can do a trip through the salt flats in Bolivia and from there up through Bolivia, Peru ...
... we spent the rest of the day catching up and sharing travel stories from the past few months. We have all had some really different experiences and done so many different things but all in the same places. It was really good to see them again. We wandered around the main plaza a bit making plans to do the salt flats together and where we would in from. At the moment the road to San Pedro de Atacama is snowed in and so no buses are travelling through, so going ...
... in a thorny bush!
Cachi was notable for its pretty church, with beams and pews made solely from cactus wood, which was very charming. Less charming was the busking singer in the town square, beating a llama-hide drum and shrieking at the top of her voice. She would not win Argentinean X-Factor.
Sunday was a travel day - to Tilcara in the extreme north west of Argentina, from where we will write the next blog.
Martin & ...
... They were hand-wiping the dust off the bottles and putting labels on manually, both of which looked very laborious. The french group that was on the tasting with us did not have good impressions of the wine, and we agreed. For dinner we stopped by one of our hotel's recommendations at El Barco. I think we both had steaks and a decent wine. The server was very good and hospitable and he was playing some great blues music (from an online blues music ...
... be a rather sweaty experience) and took the teleférico (cable car) down. Other than being surrounded by hords of school kids, it was a nice trip due to the good views and the interesting art nouveau type station on top. When we were queuing for the cable car, the wind started picking up and we just made it to the bottom before they closed it. What followed was a massive downpour of rain and hail. We escaped to the entrance of some hotel and ended up ...