Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
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Most recently we have been in the north of Argentina just outside of the wine growing region in a place called Salta. This was the last place we …
The Israelis The doors of the bar opened and a girl and a boy came in. They came up to the counter. Outside the sky was overcast but with enough light that the lights of the bar hadn't been turned on. I walked to the couple from the sink where I had been washing mugs. "I'll have the veggie sandwich," the girl said. "Good morning back at ya. And sorry, but the veggie sandwich is the lunch menu. We're still serving ...
... stuff but it was fun to delve deep into the small boutiques and open markets. We all came across a couple of gems and managed to haggle down the already ludicrously cheap prices. Rumour has it that Peru is the one for funky alpaca jumpers so we will hold out on that front till then. We managed to organise a mini bus tour up through the mountains visiting a few of the towns on our way. We were up bright and early and by ...
... end of the night' breakfast at about 8am.
During the day we walked around the old town eating Empaņadas every so often. The main square was nice but the church bells seem to have been replaced (presumably in the 90's) with what sounds like the old Nokia ring tone, so the ancient spell of the dusty cobbled plaza dappled with pink and purple blossom is broken on the hour every hour. Meg had previously been to a little empanadas restaurant famous for its delicious pastries and ...
... which follows this route along the Valles Calchaquies (even if the car is only a Chevrolet Corsa, at 1400cc, hardly the most powerful car on the road!). An hour or so on we stop off at Molinos, a one horse town if ever there was one, just to admire the church and the Hostal opposite. The church is very pretty and, as it is Sunday,is packed out with people standing outside the doors but as the church only holds about twelve people! it is hardly surprising. Continuing ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service