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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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... again when she woke up. Got some recommendations off Hernan and swapped details with him and Kelly and bloody guide wanted to too. I felt comfortable with them being honest when they asked if I was single as assumed was safe as they were both married. So was being quite flirty in harmless way and then found out right at end that he was separated from his wife - great! Then felt uncomfortable so was glad when was dropped back! Had to help maggi across road as she was ...
... a bus into town and tasted our first Argentinian steak in a recommended restaurant.
Argentinians generally eat extremely late (around midnight) so it was strange for us that the restaurant only opened at 8. e25 for two huge steaks with a bottle of Malbec provided great value and although the bife de chorizo (tenderloin) was very tasty, we were reminded that Irish beef is also world class.
Back in Loki we bumped into a few of my ...
... province of Jujuy,a Quechua or former Inca name which sounds nothing like it is spelled.It is 196km long and is made up of the Altiplano in the West and the foothills of the Andes in the East.It is named after the town Humahuaca which has roughly 11000 inhabitants,the Rio Grande flows through it in the summer where it is supposedly a mighty river but as I was traveling through in the winter the flow of water is barely noticeable.The area has been continually ...
... was lovely. We then said goodbye to most of the group who were staying overnight in a small town and then 6 of us headed back to Salta which took 3 hours, not before stopping in another town square for half an hour! A very very long day and in hindsight definitely not worth it but got to meet some some lovely new people (including an older American lady who was really loud at the beginning but turned out to be really sweet) and ...
... was also The Windows, The Friar and the Titanic. I had to keep reminding myself that I was in Argentina because I never would have expected this type of landscape. The road was pretty windy and had even been washed away in a sudden flood recently. We used a backroad while they fixed it.
Around noon we arrived in Cafayate, which is where many of the Torrontes vineyards live. We visited one winery and then broke for lunch at ...