Casa Real Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of Catholic wealth! The interiors were amazingly frescoed and you definitely couldn't miss the churches from the street! At sunset we took a cable car up to a hill on the edge of town for views over the city, amazing to see how vast the city was for a concentrated sq mile of centuries old architecture. This morning (12/03) we are up early and heading North to the Bolivian border, hopefully will be in Uyuni late this ...
... která se jmenuje Cachi.Další pochůzky po městě jsme dnes zvládli a také jsme si vzali lanovku na vrchol hory San Bernardo. Z nějakého důvodu té lanovce moc nevěřím, nepřijde mi moc stabilní a je to dost vysoko. Vůbec nevím proč, protože už jsme byli na mnohem horších, například lanovky ve Valparaisu vypadali, ze je nikdo neopravoval už tak 100 let. Po cestě zpátky už jsem ...
... cheapest part of the country that we have been to - what's not to love?!
We found the best way of exploring the Salta and Jujuy provinces was by car so for 7 of the 9 days we had here we hired a car and road tripped it.
Salta (day 1)
After another long 17 hour bus ride from Mendoza, we arrive early in the morning in Salta and had the day to explore the town before starting our road trip the next day. Salta is a large town with a small town ...
... the road. It carries on for a while, making the ride dangerous as one's focus shifts from the road to the hills.
The roads are good in Argentina -- and I covered the 500 km before nightfall to make my meeting with Mark. He had travelled up from Uruguay the day before on the all day - all night bus, and was waiting for me when I arrived.
Salta town is in a lovely setting, at the Eastern edge of the ...
... to resort to purchasing some local wine from the supermarket rather than walking to the wineries on the outskirts of town. Simply walking down the road was draining. After struggling through 2 days in the city (and sweating out half our body weight) we ventured further north to Salta. Thankfully the temperatures in Salta ranged in the more manageable mid to late 20's. Salta is a beautiful city large enough to offer plenty to do with the charm of a small town. We enjoyed ...