Altos de Balcarce Hotel
Travel Blogs from Salta
Simonandalison stayed here on Feb 19, 2011 during their trip titled: Simonandalison's Great Adventure.
... Salta is not solely its colonial heritage,it also has some fantastic excursions from all points of the compass.In the North the Humuhacu valley beckons dotted with heritage towns and villages.The South boasts the jaw dropping Cafayete canyon which is eye wateringly beautiful.The far North West takes you into the southern tip of the Bolivian salt flats that originate in Solar de Yunni in mid Bolivar,a small portion of this natural wonder sneaks into Argentina and you can ...
... style quite funny, but we found their yoga breaks at each petrol station to 'stretch out' equally entertaining. We arrived in Salta at 1am after an hour change in Tucaman and were very happy to settle in a proper bed. Little did we know we'd be back on a bus in 24 ...
... desert, to Argentina. Once free, I had a second lovely incident with a hostel call El Apolillo (slang for "the sleeping place") in Quiaca. I stopped in to use the facilities and found out that the owners spent summers in Uruguay in the town of Valizas -- where we used to go camping and where we (our family) own some land. That was fun. I offered to sell them a plot of land, but no takers.
As I drove south ...
... high rolling desert and had two guanacos cross the road in front of the car-- just moments after Mary said "i wish we would see some wildlife". We continued to climb to over 14,000 feet across a mountain range pass and descended into one of the loveliest valleys we had ever seen. Salta province just continues to amaze us with its incredibly varied landscape. Tomorrow--off to Bariloche and the lake ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking