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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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... in 1999 on Llullailaco Volcano, at 6,700m, of three Inca children mummies perfectly preserved by the cold high altitude conditions. One child at a time is presented on display for conservation reasons and were privileged to see one of the three best examples of complete and totally natural mummifications discovered in the world to date.
Other than these attractions in the old town, this city of over 500,000 people ...
... cable zipping it from wall to wall in an invisible pinball game,caves like black crevices dug out by some type of “rockpecker” dot the amphitheatre which looms up straight in front of us layered like Gelato ice cream with rolling slabs of chocolate and cream.
A Pharaonic row of perfectly formed pyramids red and sad hiding the mystical dead.A “duck”, a “frog”,an “elephant” and a “lizard” are ...
... Salta the excitement caused by the availability of good meat possessed him and he ordered a parrilla (Argentinian barbecued mixed grill). It said on the menu it was for one person but as you'll seen from the photo it would have fed three - the average man from Argentina eats two kilograms of red meat per week and its easy to see how. A third of the way through the meat sweats commenced and his eyes looked like they were rolling into the back of his head so ...
I was long awaiting my half-day horse trek with Sayta. A taxi picked me up at 9am and then also picked up two girls at another hostel in town, Karen from Vancouver and Helen from England. It took an hour to get to the ranch but upon our arrival was breakfast. Saskia was our volunteer host for the day. She'd done a trek and asked Enrique the owner if she could stay on for awhile. We had tea, coffee, the mandatory bread with dulce ...
... driver to give us the ok to go to the border office. Once we were back on the bus it was about 2.5 hours drive across no mans land to the Argentinian border. On this border was about 3 other buses (1 of which had left the carpark an hour before us) the driver told us that it could take 1, 2 or 3 hours for this section as they only had two people working and needed to check the buses and everyone's bags! We eventually got through the border at around 6pm - 9 ...