Design Suites Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We spent the morning exploring the Purmamarca market - had lunch in a local joint on the main square - ate the specialty of northern Argentina: a heavy corn soup with pieces of bacon and pork, a rather tasty but sticks-to-your-ribs type of food. We liked the earth bowls the soup was served in so much that we bought 4 of them for Jerry's famous …
... can have anything on the breakfast menu. We got eggs on toast, ham and eggs, eggs and bacon, pancakes, ham and --" "Eggs on toast. What's in that?" asked the boy. "Well, let's see. There's eggs. And also toast." "Give me that," he said. The girl had gone over to the coffee and tea which was provided for free. "Would you like anything?" I asked. "No," she said. Then, "Give me a cup. This one is disgusting." "Sure. ...
It's hard to describe how massive Argentina really is, without having
had taken buses all across this country...I guess we're semi used to it,
but it's really starting to catch up to me, especially in the legs and
back. Sleeping on an overnight bus, sure, it saves you money on
accommodation, and that's very important on a trip like this, but it
sometimes is really not fun.
We left Iguazu at 9pm ...
... end of the night' breakfast at about 8am.
During the day we walked around the old town eating Empaņadas every so often. The main square was nice but the church bells seem to have been replaced (presumably in the 90's) with what sounds like the old Nokia ring tone, so the ancient spell of the dusty cobbled plaza dappled with pink and purple blossom is broken on the hour every hour. Meg had previously been to a little empanadas restaurant famous for its delicious pastries and ...
Monday 14th Oct '13 Is with sadness that we leave San Pedro de Atacama after only such a short time - we will be back one day. On the bus bound for Argentina. Border crossing from Chile to Argentina is organised chaos, but they let us in and that is all that matters. Final leg of the journey involved an incredible stretch of highway that is definitely not for the faint hearted - switch back after switch back and corners with sheer drops down into cloud ...