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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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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... bar manager before will, and Dre the massive half English half German chef. We managed to lose pool volleyball almost every day which was bad enough, but the rule at Loki is that the losers have to buy the winners bloodbombs... A shot of vodka with a splash of grenadine all in a glass of red bull, it's literally the drink at Loki hostels so you get used to them pretty quickly! They have a leaderboard of how many bloodbombs each ...
... we spent the rest of the day catching up and sharing travel stories from the past few months. We have all had some really different experiences and done so many different things but all in the same places. It was really good to see them again. We wandered around the main plaza a bit making plans to do the salt flats together and where we would in from. At the moment the road to San Pedro de Atacama is snowed in and so no buses are travelling through, so going ...
... floor that extends more than 100km down the western edge of the Salta province. Memorable for us were the fantastic cacti growing everywhere. The cacti grow at about 2cm per year, which must mean that some of the huge trees we saw must have been hundreds of years old. And this is only after they have dodged the odds to grow at all - with each flower producing 80,000 seeds, only one of which can grow, into a juvenile cactus, provided that the seed ...
Took a 10hr bus ride into the Argentinean town of Salta. They told us to bring lunch for the ride - but Argentina doesn't let you bring any meat, dairy, fruit, veg or honey in. 10hrs of potato chips and muesli bars left us excited to seek out the famous Argentinian meat we've heard so much about. Delicious! Only stayed one night as our tolerance for dodgy hostels is wearing thin, and the wine region ...
I arrived in Salta early on Wednesday morning 26th of June. I checked into my hostel and promptly met Charlie the London girl I keep bumping into along the way! She was heading out to Cafayte with some people she had met the night before. Checked into the hostel and met up with some other people who I had met in Mendoza. We headed up the mountain to have an overview of Salta and loan behold we ran into another ...