Portal de Salta

Alvarado 341, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Homage to Salta Part II

A travel blog entry by jamespatterson

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... too much luggage to carry herself, and, in such fashion, felt it was others duty to carry it for her. "I thought you were friends," I asked. "Not friends. We spent a night together in San Pedro. In Chile. Not even a night. I never thought I'd see her again. Now she's here." "You tried to send her away just now?" "Tried to defend myself more like." He was looking ahead at the wall behind the bar. "She's crazy. She told me ...

Loki Loki Loki Oi Oi Oi

A travel blog entry by landellsandlads

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... the bags. When Tom got back from the toilet we were discussing how to get to our hostel etc. We were getting up to leave when Tom couldn't find his small rucksack. I remembered him putting the big and small bag down and asking me to watch it while he went to the toilet so we knew pretty much straight away it had been stolen. Someone took Tom to the security room and they watched on CCTV this local man sit at the end of our bench and quickly snatch ...

Salta Argentina

A travel blog entry by woody0198

... had. Grrr. It was early, but we were hungry, so we went out for a "snack" that really turned out to be dinner. We ate at La Gauchada, downing a bottle of wine and a salad and a steak. Good food, really, even though a bit touristy. Then we walked down the street to the "penas" where they have a folklore show and some food. We managed to squeeze in an empanada I think, and a couple glasses of wine while ...

Salta and North West Argentina

A travel blog entry by candcthai

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... improves ones opinion of a place. From Cafayate we return to Salta along RN 68 heading north through the Río Calchaquíes Valley and on to the Quebrada del Río de las Conchas (Canyon of the River of Shells). Lots of interesting crimson covered rock formations, the most interesting are Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat), El Anfiteatro (the Amphitheatre), and Los Castillos (the Castles) all are a lot busier than the last time we were here as we seem to ...

Salta, the last stop in Argentina

A travel blog entry by ninaandjack

3
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... do it justice, so I will bust out some hyperbole to try and describe it. You drive along the Ruta 68, impossibly smooth for most of the journey except sections where flash floods have completely washed away the road and you judder along an old gravel path instead, fillings being rattled out of your teeth. All around you are surrounded by giant rock formations in a plethora of colours. Thought rocks were grey? Think again. These bad boys are red, ...

     

    TripAdvisor Reviews Portal de Salta

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