Hotel Almeria

Vicente Lopez 146, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4400, Argentina | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $73.00

Travel Blogs from Salta

Through The Mist, Into The Colour

A travel blog entry by timbersfun


Salta, Cafayate, Purmamarca......Argentina.....


Another longish bus ride......this time we will travel with Pullmans, the number of bus companies here is amazing. Business Class seats 1 and 2 upstairs with a panoramic window. The hostess brings around drinks and meals, so all there is for us to do is laze …

Beautiful sunrise in Mendoza, then Sultry Salta

A travel blog entry by davenpod


From 8 to 6 and now 3...Jack, Slim and Miguel leave our group to go back to work. Paul, Robert and I spend a long day flying from Mendoza to BA then back north to Salta. All air travel in Argentina uses BA as a hub. It's a pain, but remember this and plan for it. We check in to our Hotel Almeria php?idp=49034 …

Rusty's Salta

A travel blog entry by nellems


(This story has been translated from Dog to Spanish to English)

My name is Rusty and I am a dog. Actually my name is not really Rusty, but let me tell you a story about how I got this name and the awesome people I met in the city of Salta.

Salta is the city I am from, yes there are lots of dogs here, and it's a hard life, but with mountains surrounding us and a decent climate its not a bad place for a dog to live. ...

Salta and North West Argentina

A travel blog entry by candcthai


... starts to walk off across the bridge towards the Argentine border town of El Quiaca, but, out of the corner of my eye I catch another policeman in a different uniform behind a glass counter, tucked away around a corner next door to the Bolivian guy. No signs or other indications but this is indeed the Argentina immigration office so I call everyone back to get there stamps. We met an Irish couple in Bolivia who were worried sick that coming the other way, they forgot to ...

24 hours in Salta

A travel blog entry by beansontour


... looking a bit worse for wear but eerily frozen. Facts facts and more facts! After munching on some sweet popcorn (another local favourite) we viewed another impressive church, the Inglesia San Franciso (reddish church in pic). The architecture here is pretty cool - colonial I think is the correct word. We retreated to the hostel to 'relax', but ended up backing up photos and chasing down our laundry. That evening we were going to dine out, but we're treated to our first Assado aka a ...

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