Hotel La Candela
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Candela Salta
Travel Blogs from Salta
... dried and are incredibly well preserved. They are now kept at the museum in Salta in meticulously controlled conditions: in air at minus twenty degrees Celcius, which is maintained at a precise humidity. They are exposed to very little light. The children (a boy and girl of 6 and 7 and a 15-year-old young lady) take turns to be displayed to the public. The younger girl was on display today. It was bizarre to gaze into the unmistakably human face of a child ...
... when you're told you can pay by card but then none of them work and the only ATM in town is incompatible with all your cards. Thankfully, a last gasp 'fast cash' option did the trick and we were saved from cleaning the restaurant toilets.
More multi-coloured mountains as we headed north to Tilcara where we planned to stay. The views we were experiencing adorn most front covers of Argentinian tourist brochures and it was easy to see why. Late Jan is the busiest ...
... up to the election no alcohol was to be served so that all voters had a fresh mind when it came to voting. This meant that we were in one of the biggest party areas of south America and were unable to buy a glass of wine let alone a bottle of vodka! We tried our best to make the most of things but even alot of restaurants and shops were closed. We went on a walking tour and found out alot of history of the city including the more macabre side of things like human sacrifices ...
... but everyone seems happy and relaxed.I had just returned from a 14 hour day,hungry as hell…..the tides were turning! I was trying to find a supermarket,could I find one in this locust swarm? Eventually after much cursing I get to one,walk in grab my basket and start going down the aisles.Next thing I know I have a security guard tapping me on the shoulder,not understanding a bloody word but realizing from his gesturing that i should have placed my bag in a locker.One ...
The final night of our brief stay in Chile was given over to stargasing, since San Pedro de Aticama supposedly has some of the clearest skies in the world. Kicking off at midnight and running til 2am we looked at constellations (for example the whole of Orion including shield) signs of the Zodiac, planets, galaxies and shooting stars. Some interesting facts like the origin of the phrase '7th heaven' - people used to think the sun, moon and 5 visible planets each rotated on ...