Hotel Refugio Del Inca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... tenu par un jeune Ukrainien. Heureusement pour nous, un supermarché se trouvait à 2 pas, et nous avons trouvé de la crème fraîche, enfin!!! Pâtes à la crème, je vous laisse imaginer notre joie.
Tempête incroyable toute la matinée du Lundi 26 Octobre. Tellement de pluie que l'eau dégoulinait sur les murs. Bloqués toute la matinée. Trouvant la motivation de sortir, nous découvrions rapidement que Max avait attrapé la grippe de Kajsa. Visite des principaux monuments de ...
... road, but there sure were a lot coming up! Bus after bus and van after van of tourists were streaming in, heading, I presume to Cachi for the day. I was so glad I was heading in the other direction! One guy I have to tip my hat off to is this guy (pix of bike rider). This picture was taken about 1/3 of the way down, so he was getting close to the top. To ride that far up the steep terrain, in that altitude, is quite an accomplishment, and my ...
... social and religious life in the Inca world. The museum also had information about The Queen of the Hill, another Inca girl. In the 1920s, the tomb of this girl, who had been sacrificed in Salta, was looted. The girl's body and her treasures were bought, traded and stored in a basement. After many years she was returned to Salta. After the museum I headed to the grocery store to pick up some food for dinner and lunch and brought it back to the ...
... into a Triple Bacon and a Triple Mac. All the burgers had at least 2 burgers in them, if not 3. After that we then went for dinner (!) where we shared a bottle of very tasty malbec that only cost £4. David ordered the 'dessert platter' which turned out to be dried fruit covered in syrup and cheese. The food here is baffling sometimes.
The next day we headed off on our trip to Cachi. It's not that we really wanted to go to Cachi, but ...
... it a try. I was told in San Pedro that Pullman is a better company for this route and they have buses daily to Salta but at that point we have already bought the tickets. The other company that does this route is Geminis, I'm not sure about them but the buses look pretty old. We arrived in the terminal of Salta near San Martin Park, 2.2km away from our hostel. The taxis cost about 20 pesos (1.80 USD) for this distance ...