Casa Real Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The bus to Salta was still pretty awful and I only got a few hours of sleep but we arrived at around 7am. Luckily a hostel promoter was waiting at the bus stop offering free transfers to Backpacker Suites. We took up the offer and headed into town and checked in for a nap till about 11am. We awoke to the best shower and started the process of getting dressed. The six of us headed out to explore the town and walked around town to find the moped tour. After a ...
The Israelis The doors of the bar opened and a girl and a boy came in. They came up to the counter. Outside the sky was overcast but with enough light that the lights of the bar hadn't been turned on. I walked to the couple from the sink where I had been washing mugs. "I'll have the veggie sandwich," the girl said. "Good morning back at ya. And sorry, but the veggie sandwich is the lunch menu. We're still serving ...
... bus headed out from Corrientes the heavens opened and I watched an amazing thunderstorm in the distance with sheet and fork lighting. I did manage to get some sleep though but I think the rain continued for most of the night as it was still raining when I woke up at 6 am. Thankfully the bus got into Salta a little early but as it was raining I took a cab to the hostel. Well it was only £2.00! I checked in, got my room straight away and decided to get a ...
Guest blogger alert! I thought Jim better get involved in the blogging action in case you've got bored of me... We hobbled out of the bus into Salta bus terminal hungry, stiff and tired. An entire day and night rolling from Puerto Iguazu to Salta had been a fairly uninteresting experience that made our knees ache and our ankles swell. We'd managed to book ahead for a hostel during the brief stop in Tucuman and so luckily we had somewhere to go at 1am. A short taxi ride took us through ...
... gets on to booking our day trips for the next two days and showing us what to do in town. I'm really liking staying in these b&bs - you get really personalised service compared to a hotel. It's a bit like staying at a friend's house..