Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and I tried to sneak off away from maggi. Nice guy Hernan though from buenos aires that I wanted to join us but he stuck with others. Quite cute. Shared half litre of wine with Kelly then we paid bill and went to toilet came out and they gave us another glass of wine and tasted some of their red wine and white wine sorbet. Young guys I think just happy two girls came by as small town. Felt a bit ******. Then we went to ice cream shop hoping to have wine ice cream but ...
... extended period. An English guy who hadn't really seen the city explained it perfectly when his answer if asked 'how was Salta' would be: "yeah, really nice, great pool, friendly dogs, lots of games".
While the others were collected in a minivan, Claire and I were picked up by a friendly Argentinian lady who had lived all over Europe. I wasn't really thinking about the jump during the hour long drive to the bridge over a lake and it was only when I ...
... spectacular as the sun is setting.We stopped at various points in the journey to photograph these formations on our way to Humahuaca.
The town itself is a hole in the wall dust bowl with the largest single area probably being the parking area for the tourist buses.It is also where we stopped for lunch and true to form it was bloody awful. Many people will be familiar with these types of places,giant dining rooms which are either empty or completely ...
... and people made fires inside the station, put crackers into them and poured beer over the walls of the offices of the bus companies. We arrived late into Salta and, not wanting to change money at that time or use the cash point had to settle for a sandwich from the supermarket which was disgusting. So much for the steak... Things happen late in Argentina. We went for tea at about 9.30 and ...
... local from Salta and spoke fluent English. It was really nice to be able to chat to someone and ask questions without having to speak pigeon English and he understood us. It was a three hour drive down to Cafayate and the scenery was beautiful. We stopped at a couple of landforms on the way - Garganta del Diablo (Devils Throat) and El Anfiteatreo (Amphitheatre), which started off as small cracks in ...