Fenicia Hotel

Address: 19 Abril 475, San Salvador de Jujuy, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 19 Abril 475, San Salvador de Jujuy, is near Quebrada de Humahuaca, Door to the Andes (Cuesta Del Lipan), and Santa Cruz y San Francisco.
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      More amazing desert scenery

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Oct 30, 2014

      ... and the arms of the statue move so that the
      statue gives the assembled crowd a blessing. Feeling blessed we then approached
      the towns other highlight which was the enormous memorial built to remember the
      local indigenous long resistance to the Spanish invasion. This very large
      monument was constructed at the top of 100 steps that gave a view over the
      small village. We entered another small church that contained a number of
      paintings from the ...

      Jujuy onwards

      A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Mar 03, 2014

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      ... relaxed in the central square reading and tucking into a bottle of Fernat that was kindly donated to us by some Argentinians who were leaving that day. With Lucy complaining it was like moon shine we were feeling a little headed before our final steak to cap a wonderful time in Argentina. We strongly recommend that when looking at your next major holiday and you have some pennies saved up, consider Argentina. It has everything you could possibly want in a destination and you could do far ...

      Hoy-Hoy!! (Jujuy) and Salta

      A travel blog entry by tomandcatrin on Jan 07, 2013

      27 photos

      ... leche ice-cream, the only other thing that interested us in Salta was a visit to the Museum of High Altitude Archaeology. There is one main exhibit of interest: a display of the mummified bodies of three young children dating back to Incan times. They were found at the top of Mount Llullaillaco, a volcano on the Argentina/Chile border which stands at around 6,700m, buried in temperatures cold enough to preserve ...

      Goodbye from me, Argentina

      A travel blog entry by tom_and_bri on Jun 24, 2012

      11 photos

      ... in the air. The walk down the other side was a damn-sight easier, and before long we were approaching the town again. On the outskirts of the town had been built a hotel in the traditional local style. It looked like something out of a cartoon, all its edges softened into curves, made entirely out of the orange clay-like rock of the area, it stood almost as wierd as the mountain that made up its back walls. A picture tells a thousand words, I can't really explain this ...


      A travel blog entry by andrew.chudiak on Jul 09, 2011

      ... to Messi - for the football fans, apparently, they donīt like Messi because he never performs for is country like he does for Barca and Tevez played for Boca before going to Europe. Messi has always played for Barca. Its really strange the difference in attitude.

    • The further North you go, the nicer the people are - true in the UK too right?
    • Argentineans have more plastic surgery than any other country - This can be seen in Buenos Aires ...