Hotel del Dique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the other couples, with whom we had really hit it off. We tipsily bantered about Duke basketball and urban special education during the hour-long ride home, and agreed to meet up for dinner in a few hours. Dennis and I were still stuffed come dinnertime three and a half hours later, and could only pick at the pasta we'd ordered (we couldn't look at another grilled meat quite yet). We had no trouble, however, in polishing off the Argentine ...
We arrived in Salta after a long overnight bus journey from Rosario. The journey was not helped by being told to change buses in Santiago del Estero, at 8 am, and being downgraded from our posh "suite" service, with flat beds and waitress service, to the bog-standard "semi-cama". Annoying, but we arrived safe and sound (and late) at 5pm.
Our hostel for three nights was Salta por Siempre, a very friendly, tidy, family-owned place on the south side ...
... across the valley. Lots of fun and a great way to appreciate the views.
The last line took us over the campsite where some of the group squirted us with water before we landed. The rest of the night was relaxing as we had all chipped in to buy ingredients for a BBQ dinner. Chicken, chorizo sausage, steaks, salad and new potatoes made for a delicious end to the ...
... on the walls. After a big portion of the city's most popular "Fili" ice cream, we headed to a museum for a change: The MAAM (Museo de Arqueología de Alta Montaña) caught our attention as it displays three mummified children that were sacrificed during the Inca period. In 1999, these children (6, 7 and 13) were excavated on the summit of Volcán Llullaillaco (over 6.700m high). Nobody knows how exactly they eventually arrived up there, but it seems ...
After a 12 hour bus journey on one of the most scenic roads of our trip we arrived in Salta in Northern Argentina. We instantly warmed to Salta. Referred to as the 'pretty city', Salta is a fantastic city of wide avenues, leafy plazas, old colonial buildings and good food and wine. After two months in the Andes, we were very happy to be back at sea level and back into warm weather. We were ...