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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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... from Mount Lllullaillaco. The children, selected for their outstanding beauty, were sacrificed to during the Capacocha ceremony by live burial. This ritual aimed to merge "a sacred space with ancient times". A quick walk over the plaza and we visited the Museum of Contemporary Art, pretending we knew the meanings behind the confusing paintings. Some of the sculptures upstairs were really impressive, particularly the birds of prey ...
Hola from Salta, I'm happy to be on the road again seeing more of this beautiful country. And beautiful it is for sure. In ye past weeks i have quizzed many people about the nicest places in the country. Sadly i had to rule out the south due to the cold weather in Bailoche and the tierra del fuego. Well i think ill be back to see that some other time. Leaving Buenos Aires to Mendoza was hard. But I was looking forward to finally see and experience one of the most ...
I don't remember travelling back to Chile. I was absolutely exhausted after fitting everyone and everything into such a short amount of time, the journey back passed in a sleepy haze. It was easy to fall back into traveller mode. Arrive in the centre of town, find a decent hostel and find how to get the bus the next day. I was heading for Pucon to catch up with my travel buddies. I had left them about 12 days ago to make my own way and fly home, so I was keen to see them, ...
... the 23rd of January, heading to
Resistencia, about 10 hours away. This was the only way available at
that particular moment. Once in Resistencia, we'd wait at their bus
terminal all day, just about, before boarding another bus from there to
Salta, about 12 more hours, that night.
From Iguazu to Resistencia, we took 'Andesmar's' shittiest bus to date,
which was cheap, but very ...
... wine and its grilled/BBQ meat (imparticular it's beef) so I have to question why a reputable independent tour company would have a vegetarian/non-drinker as a guide for this area?? Not only can our new guide NOT tell the difference between red wine & white wine on a menu, she has no idea about cuts of meat and she also seems to have limited knowledge on what activities are available to do and when - all this and she is Argentinian born & bred and ...