Ghala Hotel

Hernando de Lerma 184, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Hernando de Lerma 184, Salta, is near Salta Tram (Teleferico), Train to the Clouds (El Tren a las Nubes), San Bernardo Convent, and Museo Historico Jose Evaristo Uriburu.
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    Travel Blogs from Salta

    Homage to Salta Part I

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Jun 01, 2014

    ... up, but I have to say, I think you're pouring drinks a little strong." "Well, I've seen the way you drink, so I'm not surprised you think so. Just put it down to shaky hands." "No, I'm serious. I'm the manager here and you have to respect my wishes." We looked at each other in silence until the Argentine, the one who had been talking with the girl Daria came in. "Looks like your Daria just got freed up," I said. "Oh excellent," said the Englishmen, turning to go. "Look, ...

    Road Tripp!

    A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Feb 24, 2014

    4 photos

    ... generous tastings that went to our heads a bit at 14.5%! On to the next vineyard, a 45 minute walk uphill in the heat, only to discover it was closed... We were dreading the 9km walk back into town in the heat but a short while in we managed to flag down a pick up truck that took us most of the way back to town, thank god! We passed another winery so had a couple of quick free samples before heading home for dinner and more ...

    Into Argentina

    A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel on Nov 13, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... of luggage thoroughly checked by the Argentinian authorities. When it finally came to our turn, we, the Red Burrito and all its contents were waved through with barely a second glance! And we hadn't even peeled the Union Jack sticker off the back of the van!

    Once in Argentina, and after driving the last 16,0000 miles or so, Manuel at last relinquished the wheel to the co-driver. This amazing event occurred because the roads here appeared to be:

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    Day 29 - San Bernardo Hill

    A travel blog entry by kano-n-kirky on Aug 21, 2013

    33 photos

    ... stairs, 1070 steep stairs with a wee bit of walking in between so we both got tired pretty quickly but kept going. It only took us about 40 mins or something to get to the top but 40mins of constant stairs in 29 degree heat is tough! At the top we had panoramic views of the city and behind that faint views of the mountains around the city which was gorgeous. There was an outside gym at the top, bar/restaurant ...

    Salta, the last stop in Argentina

    A travel blog entry by ninaandjack on Apr 28, 2013

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... later in Cafayate we came out of the bodega (oh yeah, more tasting and glass swirling) and tasted some llama salami from a stall. I'M SORRY BABY LLAMA!! Our tastebuds had more excitement in Cafayate at the amazing Heladaria Miranda, where they make Cabernet Sauvignon and Torrontes wine sorbet's. Amazing. They have loads of other delicious flavours (can you guess we were in there for a while?) including the worringly named 'tuna'. Tuna ice cream?? ...