Altos de Balcarce Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and other offerings. The girl on display when we visited was named the 'lightening girl' and she had been struck by lightening leaving a burn on her face and on her cloak. Due to the cold dry atmosphere and the lack of oxygen at that altitude, the mummies are extraordinarily well preserved (so perfect it is eerie). What ever you may think of disturbing the dead it was incredible to gaze at the face of a 500 year old child mummy that looked as if it had been buried just ...
... teplota než v Mendoze, kolem 25-ti stupňů. Salta má byt městem které si nejlépe zachovalo koloniální architekturu v cele Argentině. Nepřijde nám to tu přehnaně turistické. Zda se ale, ze turisté z ostatních zemi jižní Ameriky sem jezdi hlavně kvůli tomu, aby navštívili jedno z několik poutních míst v blízkosti Salty. Podíváme se také do několika kostelu. Největší kostel se nachází na ...
... bus was taken so moved to the left side for far better views of the canyon, despite having asked the girl on the bus for the best side. After the previously viewed sights, continued for another 50km at least before widening and flattening out into lush farmland and lots of old haciendas & other colonial buildings.
The bus station was quite close to centre so tried the hostels closest first, as my heavy luggage is ...
Even though it was another 24 hour bus ride, Salta was the perfect breath of fresh air after a rough last day in Buenos Aires. The large - but slow - town was just what the doctor ordered. It had large parks, a beautiful pink cathedral, a lively central plaza, and streets full of shops. Unfortunately I ...
... I brought a post card. It was not what I was expecting but still pretty cool. The Inca had drawn the images/ paintings of the angels because they asked the men what angels were as they were constantly talking about them. The men replied they look like us with wings. So they drew angels that look like spanish men in fancy clothes with guns. Jujuy was the next and final stop on our route home to Salta. Were a little over it by this stage and just wanted to get back to ...