Salta Buenos Aires Apart
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train doesn’t run anymore and another was the local shopping centre. After the
ride and a recuperative coffee and lunch snack we walked to a private ethnology
museum which was a number of rooms in this very eccentric man’s house. The
collection was very good and for the first time we saw objects from the
indigenous culture of Northern Argentina which included an ...
... bit the bullet and booked ourselves onto the bus for tonight, we did not want to wait anymore days for the bus. We were only meant to spend one night in Salta and we have now been here for three! Our bus was only at 1am so to fill in the time Lauren and Vicki got their hair cut while Chris and Kerrie went shopping and enjoyed a beer in the plaza. The rest of the time we watched movies in the outside area at the hostel and waited and waited and waited for ...
I stayed in Salta for one night, there was a cool vegetarian place and a siamese cat at the hostel to keep me happy. It caused a few problems by using a surfing board as a scratching post and pouncing on people when they were relaxing in their bunk beds. There was some kind of national strike happening that day and no buses were running that day, no one was sure about the next but I managed to get a bus to La Quiaca which borders Bolivia. I got the ...
... t really stand out. Salvador Figueroa is a tiny little winery that does everything by hand, and they don't export at all. They had a wonderful cab that we just had to buy a bottle of. We stopped by Bodega Nanni, but they were 20 minutes away from their next tour, so we walked down the block to Domingo Hermanos. They have some neat historical winemaking equipment in their courtyard, and several lines of wine. I think we had two "young" wines (low ...
... wine and dine" experience in Argentina. The restaurant (El Solar del Convento) was an established "parrilla" (basically a big grill) and we had the most excellent, juicy bit of "bife de lomo" (beef filet). Also the wine we tried was very yummy - a Malbec from Cafayate called "Quara". We have to see if we can get our hands on that one in Germany. The next day, we headed up to "Cerro San Bernardo" - a hill overlooking the city. We walked the way up (which turned ...