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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... somewhere with better steak and soon!! Unfortunately for us, the internet was down in Salta so we couldn't even pay by card. AWKWARD!! Luckily some of had US dollars to hand which they gladly accepted. Phew. Next day, first things first. Exchange money!! And where do you go to exchange money, why the hairdressers of course. In Argentina the advice is to exchange US dollars to get more for your money and to try and avoid the guys changing money ...
... and started playing and singing. Of course the songs were mostly in Spanish but for our benefit they also played a few English songs - Wonderwall and Stand by Me although no-one really knew the words except for us, but then they busted out Barbie Girl and the whole room went off singing the words from start to end. Who would have thought!?
After exploring the area, we decided to drive the long way back to Salta via the 'Train to the Clouds' route (a popular ...
... of the other patrons, we understood that there were gunmen on the loose in the main square, looking for places to loot. Later it emerged that a massive police strike had begun, and the police were refusing to intervene. And the hostel lady told us that Salta was muy seguro!
Next destination? Well that would depend on how the bus timetable looks, but our plan is to make our way to Buenos Aires and hopefully via a delightful beachside town. ...
... later and the whirlwind exploration of Salta begins. The hostel (Ferienhaus) is recommended by Lonely Planet and right away it's welcoming atmosphere is felt. There is a cost friendly $50 (peso) BBQ, including wine, an endless assortment of meat, and some salad. We are joined not only by people from France, Holland, England, Mexico, and Paraguay, but local Argentinians as well. Wine from Salta is tasted ...
Across the boarder into argentina we went convincing ante and alinea to join us and off we set for one of the wine capitals, salta, we couldn't wait.
We arrived in the evening and wanted to taste the famous wine straight away so checked in to a popular hostel together and went out to buy one of the finest bottles and sat in on our hostel balcony sipping wine till we were quite tipsy enough and fell asleep after a long travel day and ...