Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... morning. What??? I didn’t think that the likelihood of my staying here with no water in this very rough border town would be something I would like to have happen. By this time there was couple of young girls from Argentina also stuck , so we all booked into the first bus out of town. This was an old 50’s type school bus with little or no padding on the metal seats. We were the only non Bolivians on the bus and we soon settled in for an overnight ...
... elite,we have all seen the pictures of Princes Charles,William and Harry playing polo in Argentina when on tour,competition between Britain and Argentina has always been fierce.
Salta is known as “La Linda” (The Pretty One) and amongst its densely populated streets and traffic clogged roads are beautiful examples of colonial architecture dressed in pastel pinks,yellows,greens and blues.Churches,Cathedrals and balcony clad nobleman's houses jostle ...
... line your stomach so that you are able to drink more without becoming ill. The views coming down from the salt flats were incredible the mountains are stripy with different colours from the elements Magnesium, Copper, Zinc and Iron causing reds, yellows, greens and pinks. I can say without a doubt this is one of the prettiest places I have ever been to. On the road are small shrines to saints, one caught my eye the most it ...
... constantly eat in South America. The next stage of the trip was definitely better. We drove up to 4170m above sea level and then down a long and winding road through the mountains which was spectacular. We then stopped so people could take photos of cacti (again something we have become immune to by now but would have been snapping away 6 weeks ago) and then the guide and driver gave us all wine and cheese and did a little ...
... things to the tourists.
On the way back down the mountain we made a final stop at the town of Campo Quijano to visit a monument to a local hero -- Richard Maury. Instead of the usual revolutionary war hero, this monument was in honor of the engineer who built the railroad from Salta, through the Quebrada and into the altiplano. The train is a reproduction of the original train that ran the tracks he engineered.