Altos de Balcarce Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Salt from the salt flats and potions from the witches market in La Paz)... Arrived in Salta at 6:30PM it is raining and 28C out. We went to change money. There is a legal way to do it where 1 CAD=7 ARS or the blue-dollar way where 1 CAD=12 ARS. G showed us how to exchange on the street for more money and looked all the ...
... me. That we're soul mates. Some other stuff too. Like she wants to move in together." "Sounds like she's coming on a little strong." "We're leaving tomorrow. I'm going to go get ready for that. Have a lie down." "C'mon, have a drink," I said. "On me." "No, not after last night." "Next time then." He left back to his room and I went back to watching billiards. Soon the Australia called Oscar was back at the bar. "I'll ...
... competing in alcohol sales from the gringos. That hotel was an ice bucket. The ginger and I spooned that night. The second day of our tour involved seeing llamas (in the wild - oh yes), and also seeing chinchillas (aka rabbit kangaroos) up a mountain in the middle of the salt flats (an odd sight in the middle of no where). Later that day we climbed up a volcano, with extreme difficulty, at 4000 metres. In that kind of altitude it is seriously hard to ...
... is cute but not really worth a 2 hr stay, the drive there though is definitely worth it though. On the way back the heavens opened and we had to cross the steep mountain road in heavy cloud. It was a bit like the sister road to the notorious Death Road in Bolivia, and doing it in heavy fog and rain was a little hair raising at times, but fun. Good day with a great guide, so I decide I will stay in Salta a few more days and book some more tours with the same ...
... to park our car in a better spot. We weren't paying 90 pesos a night for valet ($15). The colonial town of Salta is really quiet beautiful. Much less graffiti than BA, and than Mendoza, and much less trash. They have two fantastic Catholic Churches about a block from each other. One has a big bell tower in crimson and gold, but it was shrouded in scaffolding for maintenance. Good thing- it was in need ...