Hotel del Virrey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel del Virrey Salta
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... of arrangement for us. We spent the day there napping and eventually got on another overnight bus. The boys had decided to look after me and get me to La Paz. Bless them. This bus was a little newer, but sleeping was still impossible, so when we finally arrived about 5 o’clock in the morning the kids were even tired. Said a tearful goodbye and away I went to find my hostel. Later on that same day I was on the National TV, but that’s another story.
... seen in the sharp morning light.Terra cota roof tops and Cathedral spires mix with the glitter of the modern glass paned buildings and the green expanse of the main park in the east of the city.
There are about 10 to 12 museums in the city which are all tastefully kept in old historical houses.I went to a few and though not totally bowled over with the depth of the contents there are some reasonable art works by present day artists on display.The ...
Heading in to Argentina was painful. We spent 7-hours trying to get over the boarder. Luckily we fell in love with it instantly (well once we finally made it across).
We stayed in a campground in Salta that boasted the biggest swimming pool I have seen. The weather was amazing for the majority of our stay here and we used it as ...
... was great. Although it was 9:30pm when we got back to Salta we were both starving so stopped for dinner on the way home. It's is the perfect time to eat in Argentina as people don't go out until late and the restaurants are dead if you try and eat at 8pm! We both had steak again (can't help it) and it was the best one yet - absolutely delicious. Think we may have to lay off the red meat for a while now as we are in Argentina for ...
... far, traffic came to a total stop. It turned out that a local group decided to stop all traffic on the freeway in both directions by creating a line of people standing in the traffic lanes, burning tires and holding up a sign.
I asked the tour guide about it and apparently this is an "accepted" method of protest... at least it's accepted among the protest groups. She rattled off a list of issues the local people protest using this method, both political ...