Hotel Colonial Salta
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... they were the best showers since arriving in South America) and headed to Yummies for an all you can eat. As the clubs don't get going until 2am we headed back to backpacker suites to play some cards. All 9 of us headed to the club, Wasabi, Ami and I rocking our trainers. The queues to all the clubs were huge! Ami and I were freezing and were determined to jump the queue. I spoke to the manager and explained that there were 9 of us celebrating our friends birthday and that we ...
... the restaurant we went to on the first night also gave us marinated butter beans and aubergine - so tasty. Day 1: Exploring the city. There's some gorgeous church's in the town, painted in brilliant colours, blues, reds, pinks and also painted on windows (this seems to be a common trend in Argentina). The main square had a very European feel, coble streets, lots of cafés and a grassed area in the middle. Great place ...
... been to Antarctica with GAdventures. The bus makes it way north to the Quebrada de Humahuaca, firstly thru a cloud forest area of Las Yungas into the small town of Jujuy (pronounce hoo hooey) it's a small little town with the usual main square. We spent on 30 mins here to have a wonder around and visit the Town Hall. Next we headed north into the valley. The landscape becomes harsh and dry, with the canyon being overlooked by mountains ...
Today was a morning drive into Salta and to appreciate for the first time the major differences between Argentina and our visited countries thus far in terms of development and culture. Wow what a difference. Parts of the city were just like Europe and we could tell not only in the architecture but in the majority of the people who looked much more of Spanish decent.
Our afternoon was going to be spent at ...
... strong, modest yet full of great pride. The older men helped the young girls up on to their horses, they were happy to take pictures, and then they geared up with their saints and banners, and calmly marched out of the square, as the sea of surrounding people parted for them. Cafayete is 180 km to the south and they took five days to get there, only to turn right back after their blessing. We felt like we had stumbled upon a great ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking