Hotel La Candela
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... too late to get to the dock to buy them. Basically, today ended up being a chill out day so nothing much to report. We did go out for a meal in the evening though. Walked to a nearby restaurant in Palermo (Don Julio) that was recommended by our hostel, and for good reason, excellent service and shamazing food and drink (free prosecco-like drink on entry and vintage red by the glass). Jack enjoyed another steak the size of his face and I had the salmon and salad, all for a decent ...
... of rocks are around. Little artesanial markets with more alpaca and mountain ruins with large cactuses. I had no idea how big they can get. At least 2-3m high. Nature is just stunning. For lunch this time there was actually a delicassy in the little town of Humahuaca: Lama Milanesa. Basically schnitzel from lama meat. I wish we had this at home not is superbly yummy. After a quick visit in San Salvador de Jujuy it was friday night. Tango time. The last in a long Tim as ...
... My last packet of Percy Pigs I had brought back from London didn’t last long.
Cordoba was full of life on the Saturday, with whole streets lined on both sides of people selling all sorts of clothes, toys and household items. Music blasted from 8am and the sellers were shouting. As we sat for lunch near the middle of town, we witnessed 30 odd teenagers in huge, colourful, gypsy-wedding style prom dresses descend in limousines and begin a lengthy photo ...
... and I had good things about the place. It was another relaxing few days, in a lovely town. There were some lovely plazas surrounded by numerous cafes to explore. I made the most of my last few days in Argentina, by enjoying some more steak, empanadas and ice cream (separately!)
There was a gondola that runs up a hill overlooking the whole city. We took a ride in that, which provided ...
... This valley is Unesco World Heritage listed as there are a spectrum of vivid colours in the mineral rock formations. The valley colours change constantly, from shades of creamy white to rich, deep reds. There are a number of indigenous, picturesque towns within the valley and our first stop off for pictures is a little place called Purmamarca. It lies under the Cerro de los Siete Colores (Hill of Seven Colors), a jagged rock formation. ...