Hotel Colonial Salta
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which had no drinking water at all times. We gave them our two liter bottle, since we additionally for us had a gallon of water. In gratitude she handed us a self-drawn drawing of the mountains of Iruya.
We had until then not much in the stomach and thought that we will buy a fine sandwich in many market women at the bus station in Humahuaca. When we got there, none of the market women was more in sight where ...
A big bus with huge comfortable faux leather seats that recline to almost horizontal, a hot dinner in the evening and a snack breakfast served the next morning, a mostly smooth quiet ride on sealed concrete highways and hey presto, 17 hours out of Mendoza we arrived in Salta at 2pm. The best bus/coach ride we have ever taken in terms of the level of comfort - if only air travel could be so comfortable without the enormous ...
... The hostel we'd booked was 11km outside of town and part of a chain of hostels around south America called Loki hostels but it was one of the best rated hostels in Salta on the Internet so we decided to give it a try - turns out it was probably one of the best hostels we've ever stayed in and are likely to stay in! To be honest the town of Salta doesn't have all that much to see so staying that far out of town wasn't a problem, ...
... and drove into the Tucuman province to see the Quilmes ruins (the largest pre-Columbian settlement in the country) and drove a bit further south to have lunch in Amaicha de Valle.
We drove the same route back to Salta stopping off at each of the rock formations on the way which we didn't do on the drive to Cafayate (the Toad, Obelisk, Devil’s Throat, Amphitheatre). Then a couple more nights in Salta to bring to an end an amazing 5 weeks in Argentina.
We arrived in Salta after a long overnight bus journey from Rosario. The journey was not helped by being told to change buses in Santiago del Estero, at 8 am, and being downgraded from our posh "suite" service, with flat beds and waitress service, to the bog-standard "semi-cama". Annoying, but we arrived safe and sound (and late) at 5pm.
Our hostel for three nights was Salta por Siempre, a very friendly, tidy, family-owned place on the south side ...