Hotel del Virrey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel del Virrey Salta
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... and peoples expectations are becoming more about learning and experiencing other countries culture and history at a slower pace.This is definitely so in the UK and European market and one that many of the agents I have met on this tour have been talking about as unique to their European and interestingly, particularly their UK visitors and it is forcing them to change how they set out their itinerary structure.It is about time I believe that change is coming to ...
... weighing scales, and since I haven't weighed myself since leaving home, I thought I would. When I did, I was surprised to find that i'd lost over a stone and a half since we've been travelling. At first I thought the scales were broken, but they weren't. I was pleased that I had lost weight. First thing I did to celebrate was have a McDonald's for dinner! After that, we then went and had an ice cream, at this rate, I'll be putting all the weight back on in no time!
... a short section as well which was fun. After the ride we had yet another BBQ. This one was the best so far. Amazing steak and as much wine as you could drink (Argentinian wine of course). Some of the group got rather tipsy. We then headed back to the hostel. Today was Halloween. We had always planned a bit of a do tonight and had even picked up some ...
... descended through spectacular coloured canyons (quebras) to Juyuy and then to Salta at 1150 metres. The landscape had been very dry but it got greener as we descended towards Jujuy and then Salta.
Argentina was a complete contrast to Bolivia and Peru with wide "A" roads, underpasses, good service stations with toilets, cafes and shops, and also warmer now that we were at lower altitude after over three weeks generally at 3000 metres or above.
... I, and Felix's genuine confusion 'what happened, Oliver?'
We established that Ollie probably wasn't at risk of dying from his injuries, so we continued. The next section of the ride was for galloping, which we had to do one at a time. I watched, bemused, as Ollie went first, limbs flailing. As I met up with him, I noticed that he was looking a bit on the pale side. He was starting to fear that the half kilo of meat and all the wine hadn't been the ...