Altos de Balcarce Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Salta
... which explode into my hoody - bollucks, then crack on. I watch Enders game and archangel (Daniel craig Russian bbc drama - recommend!) before we arrive in Salta 14 hours later!! We have a somewhat dodgy blue market change which makes me feel gangster then head to the hotel. Lorenzo had found some cheap place for dinner and it is not the sublime Argentinian steak I expect, sob. However a lovely time is had by all. A few people head out but still ...
... must have seen the same program given the crazy driving on show. The downhill section just went on and on with huge rocks sat on the road at most corners but it was good fun all the same, at least for the driver.
It was a busy Sunday afternoon in Purmamarca with a local event taking place and many tourists hanging out in the main square or walking round the seven coloured hill that looks over the town. Had local speciality of corn and ham stew and then one of those ...
... done in that month, England were on 30 something when we arrived, and we were comfortably into 3 digits by the time we moved on! To be honest there's not a huge amount to say about Salta as we literally did nothing of culture there, just enjoyed the sunshine and relaxing for 5 days but it was probably one of the best weeks of the trip - I know that sounds bad to say that my favourite bit was the week we did sod all and just got drunk, ...
... know what the timing is on his kindness ,eventually I am shouting like a mad man in English “ Just go ,just go!I the lights green”
It is on my second day in Salta where things come to a head.I arrived back from my tour of Humahuaca and I needed to go and buy something to eat,it was seven pm,big big mistake,by now everyone has finished work and are out strolling the streets in numbers that are hard to believe,the pavements and roads are absolutely ...
... walk through Salta's second square, which has a statue of the city's founder - surrounded by stray dogs, of course. (Well, this is Argentina.) The only drama came when we discovered that two of our eggs had been stolen from the hostel fridge - ladron! rabado! - as they might say here. We muttered and hissed, mainly about the lack of morals of the youth of today.
Saturday, by contrast, was a cracking, action-packed day. We arranged a tour of ...