Hotel del Dique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sold. We had to go and took the next bus to San Salvador de Jujuy. We took this bus because of the direct bus would drive until two hours later to Salta.
Our luggage also a haversack heard we now plundered. So there was instead a sandwich, biscuits and chocolate. On the way I noticed that it was not good to me. I got chills and earache that drove me almost to madness. So I sat in a heated bus with the jacket and cap in ...
... only went into town on the last day to get some cash out and to catch the bus out again. The hostel was a relatively new one so up until July all the rooms had been free to try and attract people to stay there, and when we were there it was only 2 quid a night - as there were 4 of us we just booked a 4 bed dorm so it was almost like having a private room. The location of the hostel was just incredible, near the foot of the andes so ...
... We went for a walk in the evening, and found Salta much cooler and with a more pleasant climate than elsewhere in Argentina. The city is at an altitude of roughly 2,000m, with pleasant, warm days during our stay and cool nights.
The next day, Thursday, saw a general strike in Salta, so the city was quiet and subdued during our walks - except the main square, Plaza 9 de Julio, which was full of campaigners, strikers and police. Our mediocre ...
... 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 ...
... lots of food stalls, money exchange places, the usual. But all we found was one little metal box/trailer cooking up some meat for sandwiches. I think most tourists didn't dare to order food there, but it was actually really yummy (also bus snacks are not very filling after a while). This was also the first time we have experienced exit and entry in the same building (so no driving or walking between countries). Window 1: Goodbye Chile. Window 2: Hello ...