Alejandro I Hotel International Salta

Balcarce 252, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Salta, Argentina

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy


... even riding up waterfalls and mountains, the whole thing was perfect from start to finish.

All too soon it was over and we found ourselves back in Salta, getting ready to cross the border into Bolivia. We had heard that the normal border crossing could take up to 8 hours so we decided to cross from Aguas Blancas to Bermejo as the locals would do, and hope that it was faster. Along with Corinne, a Swiss girl we had met on the ranch, we were ready to go.

Salta and North West Argentina

A travel blog entry by candcthai


... what left of our Bolivanos into Chilean pesos and then cross the bridge on the border. We queue for ages as we watch the hundreds of traders carrying all manner of large sacks across the border from Argentina and get chatting to a German couple who seem a bit lost as to where to go next. Eventually we all get to the immigration window and get our exit papers stamped by the Bolivian police. All very straightforward but where to go next for our Argentine paperwork. ...

Cafayate Day Trip

A travel blog entry by samlocke3


... formations and rocks- mostly all a beautiful rusty red colour. We stopped in a few places and were able to walk into huge canyon sort of bits where there used to be big waterfalls that would have carved it out. Also visited a big natural amphitheatre where a local was playing a tune on a kind of recorder/flute and the sound was amazing!

Next up was the valley of 3 crosses, we were able to climb up to a mirador with stunning views through the valley and the vivid red ...

Argentina, Red Wine and STEAK

A travel blog entry by wuddleywez


... truck Rosie and headed west.

We had an ordeal finding accommodation for the night so stopped at a shack on the side of the road for dinner at around 10pm. They were grilling chicken and beef in 44 gallon drums with charcoal and it was the best chicken I’ve ever eaten. The town was really cute too, heaps of people were sitting outside chilling and chatting. We were back on the truck and finally made it to a suitable camping spot around 12:30am, absolutely ...

Nice enough town but bugs in a bed

A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005


... your own bed. This is good because you know you have clean sheets, but not so great in the dark at 1am … especially when you both have the top bunk and no ladder. So, with a half made bed and fully clothed, we passed out for the night.

In the morning, Donna was already up and gone. This is something that doesn’t happen very often … you normally need a stick of dynamite to shift her. Outside the door was a ...

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