Hotel del Dique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the short time we had to plan our Maipu stay, we didn't really manage to make the most of it. In hindsight we should have stayed in one of the many Bodegas right in the vineyards, instead of a hostel in the town itself. We felt a bit annoyed about how we messed this up, as it could have been a really beautiful experience, but it happens and we had to move on. Up North to Salta, which every traveller we met so far absolutely loved. It is ...
... not quite perfect like all others before now. It started out perfect on the western side of the mountains. But we actually had some very light rain coming down the eastern side. Salta had overcast skies and a little mist.
We just strolled the Plaza. We were amazed at how few people were around on a Sunday afternoon. Maybe because the Cathedral was closed as was the Convent Church of San Francisco (renovation). We walked ...
... we had to stop a few times at the border controls, so it really broke it up for us.
Our only reason for coming to Salta was so that we can get a bus to Iguazu falls because there weren't any direct buses from San Pedro. By the time we arrived in Salta, it was early evening time. We booked Coloria Hostel, so we had to try and find it, luckily at the bus terminal, we got given a map, so it was easier to find. The hostel was a bit further away than we would have liked, ...
... 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 ...
We crossed the border with ease and headed straight to Salta. A different world to anything we had seen in Bolivia. There were bright lights, European shops, Shell petrol stations, steak restaurants galore, smart buses and expensive cars. At a lower altitude than we had been for three weeks, we floated to a ...