Hotel de Turismo La Quiaca

Address: Republica Arabe Siria and Av San Martin , La Quiaca, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Republica Arabe Siria and Av San Martin , La Quiaca.
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    Travel Blogs from La Quiaca

    Day 96/164:Stage 76 Salo to La Quiaca 117km

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Oct 14, 2015

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    An absolutely fabulous mornings ride, continuation down the lush valley that we cycled into yesterday afternoon. Lots of streams crossing the stony track - the water width tends to narrow down and get even deeper at the fords - most of the time needed to get off the bikes and walk to where they were wider and much shallower. Occasionally felt brave enough to cycle across some of them... All down hill for most of the first 20 odd km or so - ...

    Day 383: Uyuni and the bus to Villazon, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 27, 2015

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    ... with my pops so I could get the hell out of Uyuni. I realized that almost half of the entries I thought I lost were somehow updated to my blog's website, which was amazon and put me in a better mood. I was ready to say, "**** the blog" if I had lost all of them so this was the breath of fresh air I needed. I updated a few entries and then went to buy my bus ticket and my last Salteña (Bolivian specialty similar ...

    To Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by leemclennan on Dec 04, 2014

    Checked out and Pat (Australian) an I walked to the bus station to by a ticket to La Quaica (Argentinian border town with Bolivia). It left at 10pm so had a coke in the plaza and a wander round the town. Felt ill much of the day - not sure why but was a little nervous with a 7 hour bus trip. Got the bus (vey basic compared to Argentinian standards) and didn't get much sleep due to a screaming child and the bright lights coming on at every ...

    Villazon to Tarija the car destroying road

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Aug 25, 2014

    10 photos

    ... distance wise maybe 150km but it took over 5yrs due to the horrendously hard, bumpy, windy and dangerous road. The scenery was spectacular with huge canyons, rainbow coloured plateau and we even saw a huge condor soaring above us. However our transport was seriously struggling with the conditions and after a few hrs the whole exhaust and shaft fell off. Our driver got under the car and re-attached them with some rope. He has to do this a further 2 times in ...

    Villazon, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by jarred.c on Aug 01, 2014

    36 photos

    ... We then had to walk down the road and cross the border by foot to get our passports stamped, however they didn't open until 8 so was a pretty cold and uncomfortable wait in the middle of Nowhere - the small river nearby was barely running, almost entirely iced over. Crossing the border we entered Bolivia, into a town called villazon As my charger got stolen from the hostel in salta (my fault as I think I just left it in the wall in the common room ) ...