Hotel del Sol

Address: Laprida 35, San Miguel de Tucuman, Province of Tucuman, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Laprida 35, San Miguel de Tucuman, is near Museum of Pachamama and El Suri 4X4 Adventure & Overlanding.
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    Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Tucuman

    Driving through the Foothills of the Andes

    A travel blog entry by consul10t on Mar 14, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... signs pointing to the ruins of the Quilmes civilization - a pre-columbian village dating from about 850 AD. Rita drove onto the narrow and very crude dirt road and we bumped slowly for a few kilometers through local rural neighborhoods, until we realized we had been fooled into taking the wrong road. Eventually we came to a much wider and smoother dirt road leading to the ruins. Quilmes is believed to be the largest pre-columbian settlement in Argentina, ...

    We've run out of countries..

    A travel blog entry by v5rcb on Oct 12, 2012

    3 comments, 71 photos

    ... as gringos so much. Prices are on the up though - hotels no longer 10 a night but more like European prices. The Chilean peso is interesting - withdraw a few times from a 'cajero' and you're an instant millionaire - 750 to the pound ! Talking of Spanish words I added up my vocabulary the other day and it must be up to about 50+ words ! Bueno trabajo Rob ! Saw lots of signs warning of Tsunami escape routes and we actually felt ...

    Hitting the towns…

    A travel blog entry by conor_annabel on Mar 25, 2012

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... heroes and the designer of the Argentinean flag. There was a little memorial and supposedly you could go up the tower for a view of the city, but it was closed, possibly for a siesta. It was also quite amusing when, two days later, we met a Brazilian guy who explained how everything that is taught about the flag is wrong and that it was actually designed to placate the Spanish in case they came back (just like the Uruguayan flag). After looking over ...

    Peace and quiet in Tafi del Valle

    A travel blog entry by dianeontheroad on Apr 01, 2011

    12 photos

    ... hey, sometimes you have to treat yourself! It was so quiet and the mattress in my room was SO COMFORTABLE - the problem then is dorm beds can't compare...

    On the first afternoon, I took a 12k walk along the river and lake to the next town (getting a bit lost on the way, as usual), and visited a site called Parque de los Menhires which contains large stones, dating back ...

    Bus-Waterfall-Bus-Bus-Church-Bus

    A travel blog entry by sbarnett on Apr 24, 2010

    ... found an old run-down hotel for the night, had some
    dinner and attempted to sleep on the softest mattress known to mankind.

    Annika had found out about a Jesuit Mission nearby which she wanted
    to see before we went to Cafayate so in the morning we took a local bus
    to the middle of nowhere. The driver gave us a very odd look when we
    jumped off between towns and rightly so - the old church was vaguely
    interesting but had long since been abandoned as a ...