Hotel Colonial Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... made :) We quickly rented some grandma style bikes to spend a day cycling through various vineyards, doing tours of the wineries and olive farms in the region which of course included several tasting sessions. Happy times!!! :) When we returned the bikes, the owner invited us for another glass of wine. When we arrived back at the hostel, the owners invite us for ANOTHER glass of wine. You get the point. ;)
... hostel and hired a bike for the day and cycled from vineyard to vineyard drinking wine and pretending to be knowledgeable about the subject. We visited six vineyards and by the third I felt confident that I could have taken a tour myself. They were a little light on the wine samples so we certainly made up for it in the evening - Sweet ...
... of photos for an accurate storyline!). I proceeded to walk towards this mesmerising mountain and after an hour or so found a path that promised to take me to the top, not only did the stone path offer a beautiful view of the city (sadly obscured by trees) but it was also a pilgrimage trail! Countless shrines recreated the path Jesus took from when he was forced to carry the cross to the destination of his crucifiction, a suggestion of ...
... got a map and set out on foot to see some of Salta. We walked to Plaza 9 de Julio and had lunch at Dona Salta. It was recommended by Mike and Marta and the hotel reception. We shared a meat empanada and a chicken empanada, had a bowl of pumpkin soup and shared a tamale. The tamale tasted a lot like corned beef hash. We shared a bottle of wine, a malbec, which was a little too fruity for our tastes.
It was a descent weather ...
We took a long scenic bus journey through to Salta from San Pedeo. We had to stop at the borders to get an exit stamp from Chile, which will be our fastest entry and exit into any country yet, although we are coming back to Chile as we fly out of Santiago. We passed another set of salt flats along the way, right along the side of the road. There were also lots of multi-coloured mountains too. It was also our longest bus journey to date, however, it didn't feel like such a long ...