Hotel Refugio Del Inca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Refugio Del Inca Salta
Travel Blogs from Salta
... taken to a tourist shop for some more wine(!) and to wonder at the remarkably awful goods available. The day plummets somewhat at lunch where we are overcharged about ten pounds for some soggy pasta, and jam with nuts. Yummy! We have an hour to kill in the town which we use on the wifi, mostly cos mummy t is being a legend and sorting all my occy health forms remotely. Love you. After lunch, the lady tries to get us to pay more for a vineyard so we ...
... in 1999 on Llullailaco Volcano, at 6,700m, of three Inca children mummies perfectly preserved by the cold high altitude conditions. One child at a time is presented on display for conservation reasons and were privileged to see one of the three best examples of complete and totally natural mummifications discovered in the world to date.
Other than these attractions in the old town, this city of over 500,000 people ...
out of our hotel but left our bags there as we had the full day to fill in
before the night bus. We decided to travel around town on the tourist bus but
this was probably the worse one we have been on. Not only was the bus on its
last legs but the commentary was limited to 8 locations the bus actually
stopped at and to give you an idea of this one was the train ...
... cable zipping it from wall to wall in an invisible pinball game,caves like black crevices dug out by some type of “rockpecker” dot the amphitheatre which looms up straight in front of us layered like Gelato ice cream with rolling slabs of chocolate and cream.
A Pharaonic row of perfectly formed pyramids red and sad hiding the mystical dead.A “duck”, a “frog”,an “elephant” and a “lizard” are ...
... area of the Salta province, ending in Cachi, a very small but pretty town. The journey itself, rather than the destination though, was the highlight. Our minivan climbed 2,000m through a succession of jungle, huge open plains, craggy rocky mountains and vast cactus-filled valley floors. We sucked on coca leaves to fight off "soroche" (altitude sickness) on the way. The best part came in the middle of the day as we drove through an enormous, ...