Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... red wine. I managed to learn how to trot quite well but still needed the help of the gaucho (cowboy) to gallop....at least the views of the Andes were amazing! Now we are in the town of Cafayate, a small town famous for the white wine Torrentes. On our drive here we stopped at some rock formations that looked a whole lot like the Grand Canyon called the Devil’s Throat and the Amphitheatre, we also passť a rock that is called the toad...if you see the photo you’ll know ...
... on foot we tread through the puffing red dust into the scooped enclosure,its walls over 100m high we are surrounded 360 degrees by slatted rock with just a patch of blue in the skylight forming an inverted lake.Back to the vehicle we move on and out and the canyon disappears as if you were never there,but I was ,I think and I never need to wonder what Mars is like again because it is here on our planet,transported down by some alien life form to Cafayate in ...
... Salta the excitement caused by the availability of good meat possessed him and he ordered a parrilla (Argentinian barbecued mixed grill). It said on the menu it was for one person but as you'll seen from the photo it would have fed three - the average man from Argentina eats two kilograms of red meat per week and its easy to see how. A third of the way through the meat sweats commenced and his eyes looked like they were rolling into the back of his head so ...
... statues and greenery. It was clear that we were now in a way more developed country to Bolivia. The city almost looks European with its pedestrianised walkways and purposeful architecture. Unfortunately we had chosen the worst time in the day to go as it was the peak heat. 33 degrees is a little too hot to be walking around a city so we cooled off by sticking our heads in a drinking fountain and heading inside a building. We entered this giant pink cathedral. It was extremely large ...
Tupiza, Bolivia to Iguazu, Argentina in 3 Days.
We knew it would be a mission to cover almost 1300km in 3 days and get all the way to one a natures wonders; the Iguazu Falls. The first leg was a quick and simple 1 hour collectivo ride to the border town where we got flogged bus tickets for a bus that had already left. In our defense we had no idea Argentina was an hour ahead. Annoyed we had to wait 4 hours at the border for another one, all wasn't lost as we had ...