Alejandro I Hotel International Salta
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Indoor pool
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... t pay. On the other hand, a little plus for the guy who, unexpectedly, brought us a light dinner with sandwiches and some snacks.
Today, the 28 October, we woke up in Salta in the north of Argentina. Temperatures here are lower and we could really tell we had come to a slightly higher altitude. We spent a little while looking for hostels that no longer existed before accepting a surprisingly cheap offer at the bus station including transport to the hostel and two breakfasts. ...
... of this restaurant/bar was an adventurer, and has experienced quite a few fun things in his life. One was to travel route 40, which traverses almost the entire spine of the Argentine Andes, on his motorcycle. Now that’s an adventure! Anybody want to do this with me some day?!!!!! After eating I toured the plaza and stopped in the Iglesia de San Jose, built in the 1700's, and then the Museo Pio Pablo Diaz, an archaeological collection donated ...
... of the riderless horse fell and got spooked. The horse charged through the narrow canyon narrowly missing several riders including myself. In the evening we we had a fiancé od inner with señor Carbia who excelled himself with chicken in wine. As usual the red wine ...
... br> My story all started one Wednesday morning when I was sniffing around the fountain in the main square, when all of a sudden I came across this nice group of people sitting at the base listening to a man talking about the city of Salta.
They had come all the way from the city of San Pedro in Chile and looked quite tired. I wandered amongst them and got a few pats and thought to myself: "I like this group, I will stay and make them ...
... heading to bed at 10:00. A full two hours earlier than any of the previous 14 nights. The next day I set out for a day on the ranch, accompanied by a couple of Dutch girls, Emily and Sanne, from the hostel. A Gaucho is an Argentinian equivalent of a cowboy, but don't make that comparison with them. They have very disparaging views of their North American cousins. We were greeted by Enrique, the lively and larger than life "Dueno" of the ranch. We took our place neath the ...