Hotel Colonial Salta
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
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... explanations and facts both about the mummies and the society they lived in.
The rest of the day we spent visiting a few of the city’s churches, taking the cable car up to the highest hill for a view and visiting a little crafts market. Now, we’re waiting for the barbecue we’ll be having at the hostel this evening.
Tomorrow we’re taking the bus to the Quebrada the Humahuaca, a valley a few hours north of here. There we’ll spend a ...
... began in the Inca period, when it began to be part of one of the ways that the incas took to conquer other territories. This happened between the years 1480-1535 and then its development was interrupted by the encounter with the European conquerors. Such is the perfection of this old path that continues today arousing the curiosity of scientists."
So the puzzle is how the Incas, with no sophisticated instruments, could get a ...
... recommended a different place and maggi wanted lamb. So agreed to meet there. I knew I shouldn't have walked through park like reception guy said as I got lost and two guys looked a bit dodgy. Even though I got lost I still best maggi and they had no lamb. So we slowly walked to my original restaurant I'd been recommended and they too had no lamb - salta not known for lamb! But we had an amazing dinner - shared the filet steak, was thinner than expected ...
... hill. It is 1400m+ high but I don't know the height of Salta to start with. Took about 20minutes to walk down though. The views are good, but the panaromic was spoilt by the cable car that cuts up for the more lazy sight seers.
The main challenge of the day has been to use up the last of my pesos. I was 20cents short in the supermarket but the checkier let me off. Result. ...
... but Monday isn't really a good day for walking around, many people were queuing up in the banks to pay bills and the pavement were so small it wouldn't fit 2 side by side. We were constantly hit by by-passers who walked so fast as if there is an emergency. We then walked to the big park San Martin for some fresh air and less humans. The bus terminal is really close to the park so we went to buy the bus tickets to Tilcara and it cost 97 pesos for the 4.5 hr trip. We walked ...