Hostal El Alcazar Salta

Balcarce 81, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | Hostel
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Shaggy horse dog

A travel blog entry by livtajim


Today we were leaving San Pedro de Atacama for Salta in Argentina. Definitely sad to leave the gastronomic delights but we had Argentinian steak and vino tinto to look forward to! Our bus left 10.30 giving us enough time to have breakfast and get some snacks for the journey. English Matt and Nick were on our bus too, as well as some people from the …


A travel blog entry by kristivojirova

we are here!!!wow wow wow. ok..From Montevideo took bus and a boat.ok but hussle boarding.Arrived to the port in Bs As.How much I love Argentina-cannot tell you.Too much. Asked one porteno for directions to the Retiro bus stop.He was so kind he actually guided us to cheap collectivo bus option and gave us coins!Another lady approached us and gave us more coins.They wouldn't take paper money from us.That is what I ...

Steak, wine and we feel fine

A travel blog entry by danarol


... the woman was flicking through the pages of my passport and looking at all the stamps "where have you come from?" "Why were you in Santa Cruz?". I just gave her a confused look and spoke some Spanglish and then she gave me by exit stamp but not looking too happy about it. Next we had to go to another window to get stamped into Argentina, this was even more chaotic, loads of people all gathered around a tiny window either trying to get the form to fill in or ...

Salta: Roadtrip!

A travel blog entry by kristinrust


... we’d only stop for photo ops when we found tiny shoulders. Trucks full of pilgrims (sometimes on the top of the truck), passed in the opposite direction, heading home. We safely reached the bottom and had celebratory Cokes and .30 empanades, when we met a family from BA beginning their ascent. Their 10-year old son Francisco spoke impeccable Robot English, and had been to Disneyland four times, NYC too many times to count. ...


A travel blog entry by daveserrao


... Cynthia was right to feel not really safe as the gravel roads were narrow, steep and off the side of the mountain. But I was driving, so I think she was just overreacting.)

The next day we go down the road the same way we thought we mind got bored of the same landscape but as we had the sun on the other side it was totally different. We went to Tilcara a really lovely village a ...

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