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
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Candela Salta
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... the Incas in the area. Mount Llullaillaco, situated in Salta province, was the location of the most important ceremonies of the Inca sacred calendar, the Capacocha. The main highlight is seeming the mummified Inca on display. They have three mummies that they rotate for display. Right now they had the Lightning Girl available for viewing. This six-year old girl was founded seated with her legs bent. She was wearing a typical Inca female ...
... to Chris' bed and thought we had either been up to no good or, were just being 'cute'. If only!! After breakfast, we caught a local bus into the main town. We had a wander around, stocked up on pharmaceuticals and met the group and our TL Chloe for a local lunch of Epanadas, which are samosa looking pastries filled with meat, chicken or cheese. Not the most filling lunch, however tasty and local. We've ...
... who LOVED Teri. Took her all over the restaurant taking pictures of her with her camera and we had a great lunch of quinoa tabouli and the local drink special, Fernet and coke. Fernet is basically jägermeister. Teri hated it so I had to drink hers too. The sacrifices I make for that woman. The famous part if salta is the town square and Lupitas is on a scrappy little square which we thought was ...
... the restaurant we went to on the first night also gave us marinated butter beans and aubergine - so tasty. Day 1: Exploring the city. There's some gorgeous church's in the town, painted in brilliant colours, blues, reds, pinks and also painted on windows (this seems to be a common trend in Argentina). The main square had a very European feel, coble streets, lots of cafés and a grassed area in the middle. Great place ...
... line your stomach so that you are able to drink more without becoming ill. The views coming down from the salt flats were incredible the mountains are stripy with different colours from the elements Magnesium, Copper, Zinc and Iron causing reds, yellows, greens and pinks. I can say without a doubt this is one of the prettiest places I have ever been to. On the road are small shrines to saints, one caught my eye the most it ...