Hotel Sol San Javier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... by around 5,000 people. It is set into a hillside where we could clearly see the stone foundations of houses and storerooms.
Returning to the main highway (by a much shorter and smoother route), we drove along until we came to our stopping point for the day, the beautiful village of Cafayate. Most of the buildings dated from Spanish colonial times and are colorfully painted. The town is surrounded by vineyards and contains several ...
... large earthquake rattle the building whilst there.
Moving east towards Argentina we entered the Atacama desert proper. Miles of empty roads, desert and then views of the distant snow capped Andean peaks.The tourist favourite of San Pedro de Atacama was our home for 3 nights. Very cool place - modern amenities but an ancient Chilean village (founded 1570) with old church and square. Superb steak and bottle of Merlot - ...
... monument we noticed a Malvinas memorial so, not wanting to ignore these things we went to have a look. It was a pretty grand affair, and we have definitely noticed there is a lot of effort to commemorate the war and keep it in the public eye. There are even government produced signs on the motorways saying 'The Malvinas are Argentine’, so it’s definitely still an issue here. That said it’s never been a problem for us as British travellers, people ...
... found in the local area and relocated to one central site. Some are carved and tell stories from ancient populations. That evening I tried locro for the first time, a yummy soup made mainly of corn, beans and beef.
The next day I hiked for about 5 hours up to 2,600m and never saw one person the whole time I was in the hills... Good to be back in the hills again!
... br> and our only tour guide was a lone duck which wandered through the
ruins with us, struggling to explain the history with its limited
vocabulary. Returning to town, we were just in time to catch the bus to
Cafayate - hoorah, more buses!
We'd been told the journey would take 3 hours but it ended up taking
nearly 6 so we had definitely had enough by the time we arrived
although the route, winding its way up and through a spectacular valley
was fascinating and I ...