Casa Real Hotel
Travel Blogs from Salta
... snow storms that I decided to stick to a tour to see the sights. My Spanish knowledge was tested immediately as the tour was only with Argentinians as this geld in Spanish. Struggling at the beginning the group adopted me quite fast and started explaining words in a team effort to me when it wasn't quite clear to me. Lovely those Argentinians. From wineries we cut through and up the mountains. Along St Martins way over the mountains to free Argentina, past ski ...
... on your timing.A set menu consisting of a starter which was a couple of limp looking empanadas,a main course,a sorry excuse for a schnitzel and some salad (no carbs,unless you wanted the meat and the chips only,having salad,chips and meat was not allowed!) and finally a dessert of some fruit salad,canned. Pretty poor fare really and of course you pay through the **** for the drinks.The fantastic joy is,you have no other choice,the whole thing smacks of ...
... the lobby, so I know that’s where Eldon will be. My short nap turned into a 2-hour nap. I woke up and felt ready to take on the world again.
We went to the bar for one drink and were watching the golf match. It was a playoff between Jason Day and Victor Dubuisson from France. They had gone two extra holes and still tied, so we had to have another drink. They started the third hole and there really was no end in sight. ...
... local from Salta and spoke fluent English. It was really nice to be able to chat to someone and ask questions without having to speak pigeon English and he understood us. It was a three hour drive down to Cafayate and the scenery was beautiful. We stopped at a couple of landforms on the way - Garganta del Diablo (Devils Throat) and El Anfiteatreo (Amphitheatre), which started off as small cracks in ...
... and celebrated art collector, Donald Hess. James Turrell is an American artist who works with light and color. The museum is by appointment only, and surprisingly we weren't the only art fans there. Our guide took us through seven installations, one trippier than the next, all playing with your sense of depth perception. The best was an elevated blue room cut into a white wall. Our shoeless, booty covered feet climbed ten black ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet