Ghala Hotel

Address: Hernando de Lerma 184, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

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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      Salta... Day 26-27

      A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... party pad. The bar serves their house shot called a blood bomb - I know, sounds delightful. It contains the energy drink V, grenadine and vodka and although is larger than a single shot, is designed to be thrown back like one. We are off on a horse riding trip tomorrow, so being hung over isn't really an option for us! This morning we set off at 9am to a ranch where the horse riding began. With the weather on ...

      When Things Go Wrong!...and other tales of woe!

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 01, 2014

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      ... being transported over a long dirt track with no suspension and it all came to a head in Salta City.Salta is one of those cities that is too small for the number of residents living in it,it also has very narrow paths and traffic all day head to tail complete with blasting horns.Walking on the pavements is like trawling your way through a bulging net of fish where your the fish who is trying to move fast.The South Americans,bless them,are not a people in a hurry their walking ...

      We are alive

      A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Feb 26, 2014

      ... km to Uquia.She left it either on the bench..or whilst paying the girls..Now..there were no people..it is a tiny place..we were waiting for the girls-sellers to come back from their siesta..sunbathed..really sunny..beautiful weather.. ok..when asked the girls..young girls..they looked at each other..and we knew..we knew they knew..but they were quiet..saying they saw nothing.we begged them..to return the documents..nothing..went to the local ...

      Wine on the rocks

      A travel blog entry by nathanandclare on Nov 08, 2013

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      ... nation from what we have seen, but I don't know how because their potion sizes are enormous! Each meal I have had, I have left at least half because there is no need to eat your own body mass in food for dinner, or anytime of the day for that matter. Needless to say, this pizza was bloody huge and we didn't even get through half. Before, during and after, we played a drinking game which is always a good way to make friends and then we called it ...

      Indian Territory

      A travel blog entry by graybeard on Oct 21, 2013

      2 comments, 47 photos

      ... pretty routine. We stopped at a little convenience store so people could get any water, soda, snacks or other small comfort items for the trip.

      It turned out that one of the options for small comfort items included coca leaves. Yes I do mean the leaves of the plant from which cocaine is extracted. I knew the Inca chewed coca leaves but I had no idea it was still a common (and apparently legal) practice here. The attached picture is of the signs in front ...