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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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Our hostel is just 4 block away from the main square so everywhere was within walking distance. We went to the tourist information office to get a map and ask for some reccommendation on what to see. The lady who attended to us spoke like a recording machine and made us felt like we are disturbing her. Obviously she didn't reccommend anything, just look at the map and the number and check where the numbers indicate. Fine. We walked from one point to another and the city has many ...
... Status ranking stats,China sits as number one in the world with other emerging nations close behind,the UK sits at number 39 in the world and is dropping year on year,education is clearly desired more in those countries with a greater hunger another reason to respect immigrants in our own country(the majority from emerging nations) who do the jobs that we don't want to do and many of these people as we all know are highly educated.Its shameful that many first world ...
... to the various churches scattered around downtown. The two best are the Basilica set right on the square (with somewhat unusual colours of pink and vanilla) and the quite spectacular Iglesia San Francisco.
Cerro San Bernardo
Given my fear of heights, I have no idea why I thought it was a good idea to catch the cable car or teleferico up to Cerro San Bernardo. I was NOT happy, especially going up. But ...
... Suite' written on the side. This was ours for the next twenty hours. Upon being ushered on board by our bus hostess we were greeted by leather 'lazy boy' style seats and wooden fishing covering all table tops. It looked the business. I had the front row of the top deck so I had the best view of the scenery outside. The seats would lay completely flat and you could fold up your leg rest to get a full on bed. It was going to be a great 20 hours. ...
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