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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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... of wine in Argentina. The place where the Malbec i made. Getting in the cab to the bus station I was finally able to make conversation unlike the time I arrived in the city. Then there was a buzzling bus station. For European standards it can be compared to one of those small airports. It seemed like a gazillion gates and people with large amount of bags were crossing the two decked large building greeting people as seeing people off. Seeing this always gets me ...
... watch. We spent the day wondering the streets and doing a bit of shopping. For dinner we went to an amazing steak restaurant, which had the biggest steaks I've ever seen. The boys had steaks that were 5cm thick and about the size of a dinner plate. Incredible steaks, melt in your mouth meat and cooked in the traditional way on a rack over embers. It was two of the girl's birthdays so we went back to the hotel and ...
What a horrific night's sleep! The good folk of Cachi closed the street to traffic and set up huge speakers about every 30 feet along the street. It was a festival. They blared music until 2:30 this morning. After the music stopped I could hear every stray dog barking all around town. They were probably barking at all the people heading home after the party. Once the barking settled down I heard every rooster strutting itself with ...
... property in a city called Chicona where we would dine out on Argentinean steak and go horse riding. Leaving our hostel around midday we were pretty hungry and after the hour drive from Salta we were starving. The area is a huge tobacco growing region and the farmland was filled with crops. The town was still very European despite its semi rural existence. When we arrived we got to try a glass of red which I think was ...
... rib bbq at Piattelli Vineyard overlooking fields and rolling hills. A late night followed with more food and wine but we did manage to avoid the local nightclub, just, which we were thankful for the next morning.
For breakfast the following day we hit the next door bakery, followed by a half kilo of ice cream for elevenses. Then after stocking up on more pastries, biscuits and cakes we hit the road again. The route to our ...