Hotel Patios De Lerma
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This hotel is in a good location close to all the restaurants and walk-able to the central plaza. The room we stayed in has no external window and has an adjoining door to another room and unfortunately there were other people in that room and we could hear everything they were saying and doing. Also the place echos and you have to slam your door to close it. The breakfast was just average, nothing hot and very lacking. The room is clean and comfortable
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Salta is located in the north west of Argentina it is located in the Lemma Valley and has a population of 600,00. The pace of life here is notebily different from Buenos Aires, it still feels quite village like. It has the most incredible architecture. We did a walking tour of the city starting at 9am and it was still really warm and it got …
... br> of silver worn by the wives of important men. The owner was very overbearing
and hung around us the whole time but he did speak very good English and the
collection was fortunately well captioned. We then headed back into the city
centre which was a long hike and after having a snack visited the 3 main
churches in the city. The most unusual one was called la Vina which was painted
... before heading into Bolivia. Then we went in search of a penguin wine carafe that Vicki wants. She saw them in Bariloche and BA but didn't want to carry them, but because she is still thinking about it she wants to get one. No one has them up here. We looked through some more of the touristy shops and found a tour agency that goes up to the 7 coloured mountains, it's quite far from here and we really want to go so we booked the tour for Sunday. Chris and Lauren ...
... as a guy in my Salta hostel, 'Chase' and when we got off at the border we met 3 other girls who also wanted to cross. We had to find the border crossing in town which was a bit of a walk and due to much conflicting information we weren't sure if the control would be open, the actual border is open always, but we needed stamps so needed to see the control, we'd also read on the Internet that it can take 6 hours to cross. Actually, they were open and ...
... and two mid level wines. The tour was neat because of the low level of sophistication at the winery compared with others in Mendoza we had seen. They had several huge fiberglass fermentation tanks just sitting out in the open, in contrast to stainless steel tanks with heat transfer jackets in an adobe or underground fermentation room at higher end places. DH had some other tanks that were better controlled, so these fiberglass numbers had to be the ...