Salta Buenos Aires Apart
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The Canadian Girl Inside the hotel it was cool and low lit. The wood of the four large tables was glossy and worn. In the centre of the room was a billiards table and there was a long bar against one wall. From the bar through the glass doors opposite one could see the swimming pool and, across a grassy field, the ten smaller buildings, which were the hotel rooms, which were set in a semi circle around the main building. ...
Our first experience of Salta was quite a mix of other places put
together. Really a beautiful layout of the city, filled with churches
and architecture resembling something similar to Cusco and Sucre, Boliva
mixed together. Met some other cool backpackers, and after 3 nights,
decided to book it across the north section of Argentina, back into
Chile. We weren't at all looking forward to Chile, ...
... unconvincing and the 'nail' was just a rock standing on it's end. We visited a vineyard near cafayate for a quick glass of wine and tour before lunch, everyone was shepherded into a pricey looking restaurant on th main plaza so we escaped down a side street and instead ate at a little empanadas house. Our favourite!
Sad to leave such a nice group of people but a great couple of days. Just Mendoza left before I have to fly home which is rubbish.
PHOTOS WILL FOLLOW....
... had one less day in Salta and an extra day in San Pedro de Atacama instead. Unfortunately Salta is where we had our worst meal to date and it highlighted our guides inability to act accordingly. Whilst our group was at a restaurant, highly recommended by our guide, Josh ordered grilled chicken with mustard sauce. The first time it came out not only was it cold but the mustard sauce was in fact melted cheese sauce, so we sent it back to be rectified, ...
... a selection of wines if you dont have time to visit all the wineries. YOu can try from a selection of different tasting menus with 5 or 6 wines in each or buy many of them by the glass Cost: We had two glasess which cost 50 pesos in total. hink most of the tasting menus were around the same price. El Refugio, Humahuaca: A nice place about two blocks from the main square. The quiona dishes including deserts are fabulous Cost: 2 mains and two deserts cost 137 pesos. ...