Hotel Sol San Javier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sol San Javier San Miguel de Tucuman
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... screwed over by the system don't seem to do much more than vandalize walls with spray-painted epithets in response, putting all blame on anyone but themselves.
As for city life, I've never seen so many clothing stores. Window shoppers abound even on weekday nights. Most businesses close between two and five every afternoon, so people work from about 9-2 and then return from 5-8 or so. Thus you can't ...
... 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 - ...
... Currency: Peso - about 7 pesos to 1 pound
Costs: Bottle of beer - 14 pesos
Dorm bed - 60 pesos
Bus Ticket for a 12 hour ride - 270 pesos
(so about double Bolivia, except for buses, which are about 6x more)
Obsessions: Football and to a certain extent Polo, music (esp the tango). Apparently Argentinians have more plastic surgery and psychoanalysis than anyone else in S America
We had an amazing time in Mendoza! We are now in Tafe Del Valle. A long journey to stay in a sweet place. In order to get here we took 1 overnight bus, had a 4 hour wait in a bus station, and then took another local bus for an addtional 2 hours. YouŽd think weŽd be okay and in our hostel by then. But that was not the case... we met an Israeli guy eariler on during our 4 hour wait in a station, he helped us find our hostel but it wasnŽt easy. We got out of the station exhausted ...
... it shows its age, with many beautiful original features but also the terrible replaced tin roof and cracking paintwork.... not to mention the peeling ceiling and the less that stable glass windows! Every wisp of wind could be felt as a draft blowing through our room. It was cheap and at least the bed was comfortable, so we settled in alright!
We got food and walked back to the bus station, where a circus tent has been erected. We had plans to go on the evening ...