Hotel Carlos V
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... who run the hostel were lovely and we also spent a lot of time talking to one of their daughters, Lourdes. she was a lovely girl who loved The Beatles and also liked to travel. We gave her ideas on where to visit in Asia and talked a bit about the political and economic situation in Argentina. It really opens your eyes to the way a country works for the people who live there rather than just replying on what you hear on the news. ...
Día 6: Tucumán - Cafayate. Technical stop during night in La Rioja. At sunset we start going through the Tucuman Forest in a sinuous path and we will arrive to Tafi del Valle where we will have breakfast. The tour goes one with destiny to Cafayate, visiting the "Abra del Infivernillo" and the Calchaquíes Valley. Visit to the “Ruinas de Quilmes”, where we will be able to see the spectacular fortin built with stones by the local Indians. Arrival ...
... the bed'. Nobody else was bothered about it in the morning, a mere 4.6 on the richter scale is obviously quite the norm here!
Time to head to the sun in Mendoza, a bit fed up of rain by now. It was starting to feel like England. fantastic bus trip down the valley though. It went through cloud forest and was stunning. If we had known about it we could have had great fun with the camera.
... arid landscape and over the Infiernillo Pass at 3040m with some spectacular views. In Quilmes there are some impressive ruins. You can see an intricate web of walls bulit into the mountain side, where 5000 members of a Diaguita tribe lived, resisting the Inca and then the Spanish domination. As a last stop on the way back we visited some Jesuit ruins de San José del Monte de los Indios in ...
The actual room where the independence papers were signed has been preserved although the surrounding building has been completely rebuilt to house a small museum. The contents of the museum are pretty limited although there are portraits of all the signees. Not surprisingly, none of these are female or show any sign of indigenous backgrounds. Outside there is a further case of the Argentine fascination for ...