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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we stopped for some lunch and took in the cute cobbled streets and pretty views. After we walked towards the chair lift where we were greeted by the moped owners. After we each had a try and the man not feeling comfortable enough that me and Nadia could drive one we opted out and went up the chair lift instead. We shared a lift with Bob and Andy who is terrified of heights, it was hilarious. But after Scotty had reassured us all that by wearing sunglasses that ...
The Israelis The doors of the bar opened and a girl and a boy came in. They came up to the counter. Outside the sky was overcast but with enough light that the lights of the bar hadn't been turned on. I walked to the couple from the sink where I had been washing mugs. "I'll have the veggie sandwich," the girl said. "Good morning back at ya. And sorry, but the veggie sandwich is the lunch menu. We're still serving ...
... change and put in some laundry. The Hostel por Siempre is SO much nicer than the last one, quite big but with loads outdoor space and communal areas. I headed into town to explore and book a tour for the next day. Salta in not a pretty town, it's a bit shabby around the edges, but is's an ok base for exploring the Northern Andean Region. I booked a tour to Cachi for the next day and had some lunch and then back to the hostel to chill and and do some research ...
... text-size-adjust: auto; ">We were scheduled to fly on Aerolineas Argentina to Salta on Friday but after waiting for 5 hours at the airport (with no wifi, nasty food and about 2 shops in the entire airport), we were told that our flight was cancelled and they were putting us up in a hotel back in Puerto Iguazu. Ah, the joys of travelling!
I went for a loooonnngggg walks up to the lookout Mount Gloria with a few people from our hostel. It was great to get some exercise and see more of Mendoza! We decided it was a good idea to have a decent Argentinian steak to reward ourselves and went to Don Rosario for dinner! Here we had a 3 course dinner for 150 pesos ($30)... This included wine and the steak was probably the best I've had to ...