Gran Hotel Premier

Address: Jujuy 305, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Drinking and Dancing Argentinian Style

A travel blog entry by col_pilkington on Jul 25, 2014

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... In anticipation for a great feed, I propped up the bar when practically a cow was delivered. In classic Argentinian style dinner advertised for 9:30 surfaced nearer 11:00. By this time most people were well oiled. From recollection the Asado was great however what followed was better... I met a great girl from Buenos Aires called Erica who introduced me to ...

Coffee with Legs

A travel blog entry by purcy on Apr 30, 2014

... treats from England (mainly chocolate, magazines and make-up) and hear what they had been up to.

Pucon was a great little town, like a sleepy Swiss alpine town, with the surrounding volcanoes and mountains framed at the end of each street. We celebrated Easter here, complete with Marks and Spencer's hot cross buns I’d brought back with me. After two nights back sleeping in a cold tent, I was ready for Santiago.

Santiago did not capture my ...

The Grass is Greener on the Other Side

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Mar 06, 2014

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... unique mineral and vegetation combinations making up these regions made it seem like a trip through the work of a talented painter.

Much like the perfectly preserved high altitude Inca mummies on display at the local archaeology museum, Salta is a perfectly preserved Spanish colonial town. Spreading out from the central Plaza, the streets are lined with restaurants, bars, and numerous patios where locals and a few foreigners pass the ...

Over the Mountains to Salta

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on Feb 23, 2014

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... Archeological museum where we saw two children mummies. These children were given to the mountain as a human sacrifice. The Inca culture from time to time offered the lives of high-born children to please their gods for the continuation of fertility of their people and their land. Three such children were found in 1999 near the peak of Llullaillaco, at about 20,000 feet on the Chilean border. The cold, low pressure and lack of oxygen ...

Salta feels like Parie

A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john on Dec 05, 2013

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... find somewhere for lunch. We shouldn't be eating out, but it was just easier to do that today. We came across a pizza restaurant, and haven't had pizza in ages. We ordered the nicest avocado pizza, even John was happy without meat! After the pizza, we walked back to the hostel to collect our things and then ordered a taxi to the bus terminal as it was such a hot day, it saved the hassle of lugging our packs around in the heat. So excited to be finally travelling to the mighty Iguazu ...