Hotel Solar de la Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Instead of her packing before going to bed like any other non selfish backpacker she decided to go to bed at 8.30 instead and set her alarm at 5.30 instead to pack! Unbelievable! I had a shower then made my guacamole chatting to an English guy who'd been teaching Tefl for last 5 yrs. had some of his wine. Then checked mango chill hostel again and had spaces this time so booked a room just for one night then thought I'd extend when I was there. Went to bed after ...
... the football match in the Bolivian jungle and we enjoyed a few drinks. Earlier in the day I had enquired about a bungee jump for the following day so although it was originally just me, 7 others decided to join me and signed up to be picked up at 12.
Unfortunately the weather was terrible the next day so we decided to postpone the jump till the following day, where the weather was forecasted to be a lot clearer. We relaxed in ...
... ten thousand years starting off with hunter gatherer tribes and its geographical location meant that it was an important trade route for the Inca empire in the 15Th century and for the trade of goods between the Rio del la Plata in Uruguay/Argentina and Peru.It also was an area where many battles were fought in the Spanish war of independence.
The area is sparse, barren semi desert ,with some hardy bushes and trees but the dominant plant is the ...
... was great. Although it was 9:30pm when we got back to Salta we were both starving so stopped for dinner on the way home. It's is the perfect time to eat in Argentina as people don't go out until late and the restaurants are dead if you try and eat at 8pm! We both had steak again (can't help it) and it was the best one yet - absolutely delicious. Think we may have to lay off the red meat for a while now as we are in Argentina for ...
... spot where the culinary adventure began. You were able to pick from the appetizer, main course and dessert selections for the set "executive" lunch. Walter explained the items briefly and I opted to go for the local dishes, except for the empanadas:) The main dish, Locro, is like a peasant stew. It had corn, meat chunks and fat. Eleanor, an English girl joined us for lunch and we three agreed it was not beef but probably goat from one ...