Hotel Colonial Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salta
... t have any so went for dulce de leche with nuts and raisins. Then time was up already and had to be back at bus. Went to another winery with Spanish tour so was just holding out for tastings. I told Hernan he could show me round BA and he seemed up for it! Back in bus and stopped for quick photo then pretty much everyone slept but I couldn't really being in the front so we danced to the songs. Had fun with them and nice that maggi was asleep but she soon ...
... car that I began to feel a bit nervous. The fact that the jump was over water added comfort and at 45m, it wasn't the highest bungee in the world. While Claire acted as camera woman as she had previous experience of a jump, the rest of us signed our lives away on a disclaimer and I was forth up.
Upon reaching the platform, the nerves were at its highest as the realisation of what was next kicked in. The guide provided tips on how to fall and before ...
... on your timing.A set menu consisting of a starter which was a couple of limp looking empanadas,a main course,a sorry excuse for a schnitzel and some salad (no carbs,unless you wanted the meat and the chips only,having salad,chips and meat was not allowed!) and finally a dessert of some fruit salad,canned. Pretty poor fare really and of course you pay through the **** for the drinks.The fantastic joy is,you have no other choice,the whole thing smacks of ...
... was empty so we went for a drink. We ended up eating at 11.15 and had 2 big steaks and wine for about £12. People were arriving until midnight for a meat feast. We visited an interesting museum about some well preserved mummified inca children that were found in the mountains which freaked Victoria out. I also ate an amazing pork sandwich for about £2. (Argentina is big sandwich ...
... and over millions of years have become huge crevices which you can walk into. As we drove through Cafayate we noticed how wine focused the little town is. They even sell wine flavoured ice cream! Our first winery was Bodega Nanni, which is the oldest one in town, as well as the only organic one. We got given a tour of the bodega and shown the process from grape to glass and then tried 4 wines. Next stop ...