Hotel Marilian

Buenos Aires 176, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, CP 4400, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salta

An Exhausting Day!

A travel blog entry by jdswed


Salta, 14ht Hotel Marialina

We thought we should make Salta by noon and enjoy this very nice city. I was following Jene when his bike just got very loud! Then I noticed his exhaust muffler spinning across the road in front of me like the spinner on the Twister game! I avoided hitting it and stopped to retrieve it. Come to find out Jene …

Trip to the north!

A travel blog entry by mandita


¡Hola amigos!

We have had a week of real tourist life here in the north of Argentina. It's beautiful... imagine high multicoloured mountains with huge cactuses on the slopes, valleys with dry riverbeds, houses of natural materials like stone and adobe, indigenous people selling colourful handicrafts... those are the normal views here... …

Things are always looking up down here

A travel blog entry by hurricaneseason


There's a place you can go called Tierra del Fuego Down in the Southern Hemisphere It's kind of Troy without Helen, past the Straits of Magellan And things are always looking up down here. Well, it seems like I've run out of reasons to be here. So, I'm just gonna steal from myself. If your attitude's appalling, there's a latitude that's calling Get …

Day 56 Salta

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... 3 hours just to book the bus and we were starving hungry after not having eaten all day. I had Decided to do my own cooking for the night but it wasn't great. I cooked gnocchi which is one of my favourites. However I think I screwed it up as potato pasta lumps were salty and undercooked. Oh well I have a pack of oreas to make up for the poor meal. I am now really looking forward to this bus tomorrow. We will be living let kings. Il let you know how it ...


A travel blog entry by graybeard


... keep pretty late hours so the agency was open until 9pm. I made arrangements with them and then found a restaurant for dinner, took a quick trip around the central plaza, (surprise! this time the central plaza isn't named San Martín but Plaza 9 de Julio) and returned to the hotel for the night, a delightful place built in a huge colonial-era home, thoroughly refurbished with multiple interior patios.



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