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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Salta
I really enjoyed my stay here. The room was a good size, I fit in the shower, the price was reasonable, breakfast was awesome, the computers and internet worked well, the restaurant in the hotel was a little pricy but the food was really good. The desk staff spoke really good english but the restaurant staff not as well.
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... s second highest volcano. The museum also had on display a mummy whose burial site had been looted several decades ago, disrupting the natural preservation process, and the contrast between her deformed, blackened body and the preserved mummy was astounding. The next day, June 13 (Day 200!), we started by hiking up Cerro San Bernardo, the highest foothill in Salta. The views of the mountains and city from the top were spectacular; Salta ...
... stall that included amongst its wares some very obviously used Y-fronts.
The day after we just had to get together enough cash to go the ranch we had booked. No mean feat in Argentina, whose cashpoints reguarly run out of money. After about 4 hours of walking round ATMs, we finally had scraped enough money together and were about to head back to the hotel. Walking through Plaza 9 de Julio was stumbled across a very bizarre scene. What seemed to ...
... I went back to the hostel to settle up and back for the journey the next day. Salta por Siempre where is stayed was a nice hostel, quite big and a lot of outdoor space and communal areas. The rooms were nice and clean though with good bathrooms and constant hot water. The only downsides were that it was a good 10 to 15 min walk to town, the kitchen did not have many utensils and the breakfast was not great. All in all I would recommend ...
Showering in the first clean bathroom we'd seen in awhile was first on the list for Salta! We mainly used the town as a stop of point and a few days of chilling and organising. We spent two days and a night there and wondered around the town established if we really thought about it we could work out the blocks and get ourselves places. The town was small by querky with a strange building that ...
... stray dog joined us and we named him Simon. He walked to the summit with us and we shared our water with him. The views over the city were nice. We returned to the hostel for lunch and headed back out for a look around the center. We ate out again...i had steak again!! mmmm. We also collected some laundry....fresh clothes!!! so ...