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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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... le panthéon des héros, l'assemblée nationale et le palais présidentiel. Anecdotes, Asunción est l'une des plus anciennes villes espagnoles d'Amérique du Sud et le Paraguay est la première colonie espagnole à avoir déclaré son indépendance. Retour à l'hôtel pour préparer le départ en Argentine.
Mardi 27 Octobre, départ de Asuncion mi-journée pour Resistencia où nous avions prévu de rester le soir. Dans le bus, nos voisins étaient Suédois, Hannes et Andreas, tous 2 se ...
... s off to him!
I kept winding down the dirt road, passing through the Quebrada de Escoipe and as the elevation decreased the desert gave way to beautiful, lush vegetation. Eventually the road once again became paved, and the going became much easier and quicker, although still quite curvy for a while. The scenery of the canyon was stunning on the right side going down, and I again was hopping in and out of the car all afternoon. Why am ...
... heading back out to look at some of the churches. I went into the cathedral which was absolutely beautiful and then went inside a few others. I also stopped outside San Bernardo convent which is the oldest building in Salta. I spent the evening at the hotel catching up on emails and enjoying a bit of television. Although it was mainly Spanish channels, I did find a few shows that were in English and just subtitled in Spanish so that was a nice ...
... there was supposed to be beautiful. It did not disappoint, it was lovely. We headed through the Valles Calchaquies, first stopping at the Cuesta del Obispo mountain pass, where we had beautiful views, and then a tiny chapel on top of a hill, again with stunning views. We stopped in the Parque Nacional Los Cardones, which is full of huge cacti, and also at a market where we could try the local wines (strong like sherry) and goats cheese.
... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">There was a volleyball pitch, table tennis and pool table at the hostel which kept us entertained and on the last day Rowan, Dan and I went on a horse riding trek. We were driven about an hour out of Salta to an area of remote countryside. Before starting the trek we had some local wine which was lovely and made in the area. The horse ridding lasted about 3 or 4 hours and went through ...