Hotel Solar de la Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... done in that month, England were on 30 something when we arrived, and we were comfortably into 3 digits by the time we moved on! To be honest there's not a huge amount to say about Salta as we literally did nothing of culture there, just enjoyed the sunshine and relaxing for 5 days but it was probably one of the best weeks of the trip - I know that sounds bad to say that my favourite bit was the week we did sod all and just got drunk, ...
... Bolivia and doing the salt flats from there is becoming a real possibility. We looked through some stores for toys to take silly salt flat pictures with on the way back to the hostel, it has been really cold in in the north due to that same storm cell moving through the continent. A big dinner with an other couple staying here saw us finish the evening with a huge meal of chicken and chips, plus lots of wine and laughing. Sunday was a mixed bag of feelings. ...
... in a thorny bush!
Cachi was notable for its pretty church, with beams and pews made solely from cactus wood, which was very charming. Less charming was the busking singer in the town square, beating a llama-hide drum and shrieking at the top of her voice. She would not win Argentinean X-Factor.
Sunday was a travel day - to Tilcara in the extreme north west of Argentina, from where we will write the next blog.
Martin & ...
... They were hand-wiping the dust off the bottles and putting labels on manually, both of which looked very laborious. The french group that was on the tasting with us did not have good impressions of the wine, and we agreed. For dinner we stopped by one of our hotel's recommendations at El Barco. I think we both had steaks and a decent wine. The server was very good and hospitable and he was playing some great blues music (from an online blues music ...
... we met in Mendoza!! Its a small world! Enjoyed a beer and humita (corn mush) at the top and had a few wines and a traditional Asado in the hostel that night! Thursday morning I woke up super early to catch a bus to meet up with a German girl (Nadin), Irish guy (David) and a Danish girl (Trina) to hire a car and drive to Cafayate. When I arrived they mentioned that we would take a scenic drive around to Cache ...