Hotel La Candela
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... chicken and salad. Delicious! Chris has now assured me that his 'horse riding career' is over. He was only in it for the lunch!!! After several hours of eating and drinking, we went back to the hostel and in an unexpected turn of events, proceeded to dance the night away, at some points on the bar. A great day and great night. All in all, our short stay in Argentina has been awesome, now looking forward to ...
... a free lunch thrown in and a pick up at the hotel the following day, It seemed like the worm was turning,but as we all, know bad luck comes in threes…….
Salta City sits on the Lerma Valley at an altitude of 1200m,it is the best example of intact colonial architecture in Argentina,the peoples here have more indigenous blood in them in comparison to Buenos Aries where the blood mix is a higher percentage European.This indigenous mix comes from the ...
... to the first wine place, we were given a sample of red and white (not together) and then hurried onto the next place (pttf, sure now he is in a hurry) then we went to see a vineyard, which was lovely, but they only harvest February and March, so we looked at some empty barrels, and some machines that weren't being used and that was that. Then we went for some food, had a sit in a park and started our way home. All in all, the wine tasting took us ...
Incredibly well developed especially compared to Asia; lots of tango dancing; green beer; towns with siestas; walking up the hill with the dogs; hippy alien western town; riding in the outback and having a BBQ with the best meat I have ever eaten; meeting up with the cowboys and Sharon the next night; wine and olive oil tour with the 'factory' English speaker; beautiful ...
... and Tuesday the two of us explored the city and took advantage of the very hot weather sitting in the sun whenever we could! There was a novena in he main square that week so the place was crowded for the nightly mass which was on loud speaker in the square outside the church. We drank wine and ate empanadas - like mini pastries with cheese and tomato or meat!On Tuesday night we went for pizza with Martin and on the way bumped into his friend who joined us ...