Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the best we’ve been to. It contains the extremely well-preserved 500-year-old, naturally mummified bodies of three Inca children, though they only show one at a time. The children were sacrificed and buried alive at the top of a volcano in the Salta area, where the low temperature combined with the low pressure, low oxygen levels and the antiseptic environment preserved them. The museum also contains a large number of items from the graves, most of them looking as new, and ...
... track quickly turned into a nice paved road, and I made good time travelling northeast through what can be described as high desert, with some beautiful cactus dotting the landscape. The road soon turned south east, and I now was headed down the famous Recta de Tin Tin. Here is a translation from welcomeargentina.com about this road:
"Drawn at 3,000 meters above the sea level, the straight line measured approximately twenty kilometers and ...
... and then cafayete tour on Saturday so have tomorrow for cv. Tried to kill some time before I wandered to find restaurant. Got a little lost and when I found it it was shut and local guy said not open til 8 so still had 40 minutes to kill so decided to go back to hostel and put more clothes on. Bloody maggi wanted to come with me, can't bare to walk so slow with her like I had to last night. I told her she should get a taxi as I wanted to walk fast. Bloody guy ...
... and have even narrower pavements. Lots of cobbles. Most of the buildings have a distinct colonial feel. This is an old city. As such it can't really cope with with the traffic levels which gives the air and town a bit of a dirty feel. We wondered around looking at the main buildings and squares before I headed back to the hostel to swap out the flip flops for a fairly easy climb up ...
Our hostel is just 4 block away from the main square so everywhere was within walking distance. We went to the tourist information office to get a map and ask for some reccommendation on what to see. The lady who attended to us spoke like a recording machine and made us felt like we are disturbing her. Obviously she didn't reccommend anything, just look at the map and the number and check where the numbers indicate. Fine. We walked from one point to another and the city has many ...