Portal de Salta

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

Spectacular Drive through Northern Argentina

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Apr 21, 2015

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... the Incas in the area. Mount Llullaillaco, situated in Salta province, was the location of the most important ceremonies of the Inca sacred calendar, the Capacocha. The main highlight is seeming the mummified Inca on display. They have three mummies that they rotate for display. Right now they had the Lightning Girl available for viewing. This six-year old girl was founded seated with her legs bent. She was wearing a typical Inca female ...

Salta... Day 26-27

A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Sep 25, 2014

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... to Chris' bed and thought we had either been up to no good or, were just being 'cute'. If only!! After breakfast, we caught a local bus into the main town. We had a wander around, stocked up on pharmaceuticals and met the group and our TL Chloe for a local lunch of Epanadas, which are samosa looking pastries filled with meat, chicken or cheese. Not the most filling lunch, however tasty and local. We've ...

BA by bike

A travel blog entry by runner613 on Apr 23, 2014

Up early today for a full day bike tour of the city. But first, you have to get to San Telmo (all the way across the city) to get to where the bikes are. Our very reliable desk clerk, Raquel, says 35 minutes by taxi. HA! Got there 20 minutes late after a scary but hilarious taxi ride listening to 80's mixtape with an Italian taxi driver right out of little Italy in NY). Our bikes had already been put away and the tour about to embark but, all good, no ...


A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Apr 02, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... to share. It was huge, the biggest steak I've ever eaten and so tasty. The meal cost us approximately £15, for steak, salad, potatoes and two drinks - so cheap.  Argentina has been incredible, what an amazing country. Horseback riding on a 6,000 acre farm, wine tasting, world class steaks, Tango, dramatic landscapes, yummy Argentine BBQ's and an awesome tour group. I happily say: I highly recommend ...

Breathless in Salta, literally

A travel blog entry by cherub94 on Mar 06, 2014

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... of a woman with a baby. She was called Difunta (which means death) she died of thirst in the desert but her baby lived on on her breast milk. Next to the shrine were water bottles full of water as an offering, i'm not sure what happened to the baby! Going in to the small town of Purmamarca was lovely, the town is very native with most shops selling alpaca jumpers and hats which are not that practical for Buenos Aires for instance ...

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