Hotel del Virrey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... tablissant des communautés au milieu des indigènes Guarani. Ils assuraient l’enseignement notamment de l’agriculture auprès des indigènes. Leur puissance économique et politique de plus en plus importantes, conduit le roi d’Espagne à bannir les communautés Jésuites en 1767. Il reste de cette époque de nombreuses ruines des différentes communautés qui représentent un important patrimoine, que le Paraguay cherche à mettre en valeur à travers le tourisme. 2 de ces sites ...
... road. If you didn’t know the history behind this stretch of road, you would think it to be just a long stretch of pavement though the desert. Very interesting. The Tin Tin travels through a beautiful stretch of the Los Cardones preserve, where many excellent specimens of these beautiful cacti reside. There are many interpretive tours set up for travelers on this road, and I stopped at each one of them to walk the trails. One described ...
As we left Cafayate this morning, we were treated to some amazing mountain landscapes. We then began to transverse through them. At points the rocks were very red with lots of erosion and layering. This was truly one of the best scenic drives we've had on this trip. We arrived in Salta around lunch time. Here we are staying in a hotel which is a luxurious change from the hostels and camping we've been doing. Salta is Argentina's eighth largest ...
The bus to Salta took 12 hours and was a day bus. At the border it took 2.5 hours to get through, as they were so slow, searching everyone's bags. It was rather boring, and freezing cold in the wind from the desert. We reached Salta at 8.40pm, having passed through some lovely mountain scenery and green valleys on the way through. On arrival we made friends with the hostel cat, Lola, who decided to get in our bed. We went in search of dinner but it was ...
... the supermarket and went back to the hostel. The moment we open the doors of the hostel, a guy looked up and screamed: " c'est pas possible!" OMG, it's Medhi, the French guy who stayed in the same hostel with us in San Pedro de Atacama. Such a coincidence. They had rented a car with another 2 girls they met in the hostel and went on a 2 days excursion to the north. That explains why the hostel is so quiet yesterday. He is travelling on the same route so we may see him again in ...