Hotel Solar de la Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Salta, notre prochaine étape, ils nous ont indiqué qu'un bus partait pour Salta presque directement après notre arrivée à Resistencia. Changement de plan, n'ayant pas de Pesos Argentins... Nous devions échanger quelques dollars, heureusement, un des vendeurs de billets de bus faisant également dans la contrebande. Au moment même où nous avons acheté les billets, le bus arrivait. 12h de bus en direction de Salta dans le Nord Ouest de l'Argentine.
Arrivée tôt ce matin du Mardi ...
... so fat with all this exercise? I eventually made it back to Ruta 68 and headed north to Salta. Arriving in town, I dropped all my luggage off at my room for the night, then took the car back to the airport rental agency. The car was filthy! The inside was ok but the outside was one giant dusty mess. Fortunately the manager of the car rental agency (Alamo) didn’t seem to care, and he clocked in my miles (1105km, about 685 miles). I went to ...
From laid back Bariloche in Argentina, we travelled via a 9 hour not so spectacular stopover in (rather ugly) Osorno to Santiago, to spend some time in the Chilean capital before moving on to the coastal town of Concon, to visit my old uni friend Livia.
But first things first: Our time in Santiago can only be described with 2 words: Lazy, and social. Lazy because even though we had the best intentions to do all the ...
... we had goat roasted over the fire which was lovely, and then we had a look around Cachi itself. There was a crazy lady in the main square who kept banging a drum and shouting. It was a pretty main square with a nice church and cobbled streets. We got ice cream from the Heladeria and also went to look at the river. Then it was time to return back through the scenery to Salta. We took the bus to Mendoza at 10pm, and they gave us dinner, shockingly.
... and rocky terrain.
That night we checked out and got a bus back to the centre of Salta to catch our main bus to La Quica which is on the border of Argentina into Bolivia.