Gran Hotel Premier

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

Drizzly Demonstration

A travel blog entry by bobnkaren


The sound of rain drumming on rooftops was drowned out this afternoon by the drumming of the Trabajadores de Augustin Tosco--the workers of Augustin Tosco marching slowly down the grey street below us. Soggy banners drooped above the soaked crowd as they moved peacefully through the sloppy afternoon.

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The 21 hour bus journey

A travel blog entry by mlhampton


... to make it to the supermarket to buy food for our long bus journey! We decided on buying many bread rolls, cheese, salami and crisps. When we got back I sneakily stole the butter in some old cling film (initiative) while Georgie booked our hostel for Buenos Aires. Then our taxi arrived and we said goodbye to Emily and Izzy. I still found it weird having taxis on a meter! ...


A travel blog entry by andiegriffiths


... neopolitan ice cream after Helen had been at it, I.e. no chocolate. After a mission to withdraw cash all over the town we unashamedly had a McDonald's and that night went to a nice restaurant for our last Argentinian slab of meet and bottle of wine! We met a nice group at the hostel, played pool with only a few balls and some wooden sticks and ate enchiladas. After a few games of cards Dee went to ...


A travel blog entry by jamie083

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... sure it was illegal but oh well. Spent the rest of the day walking around the main parts of the city. Did a tour of a couple of churches. They were really colourful on the outside and were definitely some of the coolest churches I've ever seen. Even though we'd had barely any sleep the previous night our tour guide took us to a Pena for dinner. For those who don't know what a Pena is it is basically a restaurant which only opens at 11pm and has musicians who ...

The long trek to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by carille_emma


... clear up. So I decided I would figure that whole thing out later and I checked into a hostel recommended to me by a friend I met in BA. I spent the afternoon hiking up the local hill, Cerro San Bernardo. It is basically Salta's version of Cerro San Cristobal but without the giant virgin statue. For dinner at the hostel, a local guy made guiso de lentejas, or lentil stew, on the BBQ and we all ate together ...

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2.50 of 5 stars Fair