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Welcome to Argentina!
- The country of the popular dance form ‘Tango’
- The 8th biggest country in the world. The other 7 countries being Canada, Russia, China, U.S, Australia, Brazil and India
- The country with the hottest and coldest temperatures ever recorded in South America
- The country where Ernesto Che Guevara …
... and the centre of Bolivia's nascent wine renaissance. Finding that all the buses left at very inconvenient times, we examined the bus-station of Bolivia, and decided to break our journey to Argentina in Tupiza instead. Tupiza is small, dusty place with incredibly expensive hotels, notable (as far as I can tell) for two things. It is the location where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were gunned down by the Bolivian Army. It is also a short ...
... small town/large village which has a very pretty plaza surrounded by white buildings including a small church which is standing room only on Sunday morning. We stop for a quick lunch of empanadas before heading of in search of a place to stay. We drive about 10 kms out of town to Finca la Paya, a beautiful place we stayed at on our last visit. Unfortunately it was closed. Worse, although it still seemed to be operating as a hotel, it did seem to have decline somewhat and ...
... with a highly motivational soundtrack which was 'Angels' by Robbie Williams while we were listening! We then headed back down the steps (of which AP counted and apparently totalled 1091, mas o menos)
Back down we wandered to the San Martin Park to sit on a bench with a pack lunch, before wandering around the city a little. There's a lovely square in the heart of the city called Plaza 9 de Julio with pretty ...
... at Salta, North West Argentina, at midday the following day. Our hostel was quite a way out of town so we spent the afternoon in the pool and having a siesta. That night our group was on cooking duty and we cooked steak. It got a bit loose later on and we headed into town. We called a taxi but our driver went missing and we sat in it for ages. James was smashed and thought he’d take us in, but can’t drive a manual so stalled. Several men (not our taxi driver) ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking