Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Our guide Fernando joined us later and around 2am the girls and I decided to head home, Fernando had other ideas for us and after a throwing some shapes on the dance floor in a bizarre Argentinian nightclub where we were the main attraction, followed by awful but desperately needed service station fast food? we arrived home at 7am!!! I hate an early morning check out and Eli couldn't have hated it more than this morning when we had to heck ...
... Cafayate. We drove 180km on Route 68 through the Quebrada de Cafayate and to our surprise it was even more spectacular than our drive north - a canyon carved out by the Rio de las Conchas, the landscape was stunning with deep rich red ochre sandstone and interesting rock formations. Every bend and turn of the drive we were in awe of how the landscape just seemed to get even more and more beautiful.
We only intended on staying in Cafayate 2 nights, ...
... everyone else was either Bolivian or Argentinian. Trying to figure out a chaotic border process when nobody can speak English can be a bit of a challenge. There was a sort of queue but it didn't move very quickly because they only had one person at the window, and the 'immigration assistants' who will jump the queue for you to get your exit stamp for a fee made our wait even longer. Finally when we got to the front of the queue it was me (Caz) who got ...
I arrived in Salta early on Wednesday morning 26th of June. I checked into my hostel and promptly met Charlie the London girl I keep bumping into along the way! She was heading out to Cafayte with some people she had met the night before. Checked into the hostel and met up with some other people who I had met in Mendoza. We headed up the mountain to have an overview of Salta and loan behold we ran into another ...
... coffee than "Starsucks." Regardless of McDonald's upper hand here, the more likely reason you won't find many locals in Starbucks stems from the fact that coffee isn't the nation's drink of choice. Yerba mate is where it's at and it is EVERYWHERE in Argentina. Argentinians go nowhere without their instruments for making mate: a hollowed out "gourd" and a thermos. The drink is so popular, the localites even appear to ...