Hotel Colonial Salta
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Salta
... 10am. Packed and ready to vacate the girls had thankfully booked their room for a few more hours so I crashed in their room to get a few more hours sleep. I have never been more grateful. After a quick stop to McDonalds we all headed over to the bus station for our 18 hour bus to Mendoza. Urgh! I was dreading it as I was exhausted but was hopeful that Mendoza would provide a delicious steak to go with the amazing wine that this region has to ...
The Israelis The doors of the bar opened and a girl and a boy came in. They came up to the counter. Outside the sky was overcast but with enough light that the lights of the bar hadn't been turned on. I walked to the couple from the sink where I had been washing mugs. "I'll have the veggie sandwich," the girl said. "Good morning back at ya. And sorry, but the veggie sandwich is the lunch menu. We're still serving ...
... 3 instead because we liked it so much. We stayed at Rusty-K Hostel (again highly recommended) with really nice private rooms opening up into a relaxing courtyard under the shade of grape vines. They also put on the best asado we have had in Argentina for dinner one night, followed by a series of drinking games and a bit too much red wine - very fun night tho!
While in Cafayate we visited some of the wineries, tried red wine flavoured ice cream (surprisingly ...
... the woman was flicking through the pages of my passport and looking at all the stamps "where have you come from?" "Why were you in Santa Cruz?". I just gave her a confused look and spoke some Spanglish and then she gave me by exit stamp but not looking too happy about it. Next we had to go to another window to get stamped into Argentina, this was even more chaotic, loads of people all gathered around a tiny window either trying to get the form to fill in or ...
... we met in Mendoza!! Its a small world! Enjoyed a beer and humita (corn mush) at the top and had a few wines and a traditional Asado in the hostel that night! Thursday morning I woke up super early to catch a bus to meet up with a German girl (Nadin), Irish guy (David) and a Danish girl (Trina) to hire a car and drive to Cafayate. When I arrived they mentioned that we would take a scenic drive around to Cache ...