Gran Hotel Premier

Jujuy 305, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Salta

Salta and crossing the border to Villazon

A travel blog entry by littleal


... it on the floor for us. I got the bed and because of the ridges it felt dismally like sleeping on a xylophone. There was a bathroom with a hole in the floor full of smelly grey liquid and a shower over the toilet. The fiesta went on until 3 in the morning. They kept shouting 'thank you for coming' into the microphone every 3rd song and sounding like they would finish soon but didn' was a terrible nights sleep but was for the bargain price of ...

Road Tripp!

A travel blog entry by ashhigh


... place as they exhibit some perfectly preserved child mummies that were basically buried alive on top of a 6000m mountain by the Incas as sacrifices and frozen in time - the 7 year old boy we saw just looked like he was asleep.

The German girl we had met and her friend got in touch about joining us in the car for the week, which was as a perfect way to share the costs. So off we set early the next morning along ...

Day 55 Salta

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... the end of our stay at the hostel so we said our goodbyes and headed for the replacement hostel. It was only 5 minutes down the road which meant we didn't have to lug the bags to far. We arrived with the vivid images of our last incredible hostel in our eyes which didn't help the next hostel. It just wasn't in the same league. Dirty, dingy and the bedroom were poor. If you were on bottom bunk you couldn't even sit up as the bed above was so low down. We have stayed in far ...

Cowboy country

A travel blog entry by kirstenmayne


... everything. Sunglasses, hats, beanies, gloves, t-shirts, thongs, shorts and thermals. All of this would be a challenge when stopping in hotels, but when camping - not always ideal. My sleeping bag is borderline useless so I have stocked up on local blankets and wear most of the contents of my pack to bed. Tonight is looking especially chilly brrrrr. To celebrate the last day ...

I've had so much steak, oh god.

A travel blog entry by hugomh


... got the cablecar up the mountain (really a hill) for amazing panoramic views of the city, and then walked all the way back down again. On top of the mountain there was also a statue of Christ the redeemer, so I can pretend I've been to Rio. On another day, we spent our time looking round the other sights of the city, a cathedral, and a museum, the museum was alright, we got in half price thanks to my (very expired) hills road card. the highlight was the ...

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