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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... and wanted to finally arrive in Salta.
In Jujuy, we took the bus to Salta and achieved this in the evening. At the bus station arrived, we were raised by a hostel intermediary who made us a good offer. Manuela could act down with her negotiating skills the price even further. So we went in the taxi to the hostel where we had a quadruple room for us. I was glad to have a place to sleep, hoping that I'd feel better the next ...
... business or first class.
Salta is one of Argentina's oldest colonial cities and possibly its latest popular tourist destination. Situated in the far north of the country in the Lerma Valley with green hills surrounding the town, the first thing to strike us leaving the air-conditioned bus was the heat. We are now in the tropics, close to the Tropic of Capricorn, and the 20 minute walk from the bus terminal to ...
... these amazing views of the mountains, perfect weather all day (expect for the torrential thunderstorm day that flooded the town, but being outside of town it wasn't too bad!) a big swimming pool, massive bar and relaxing area outside, pool volleyball every day, brilliant staff, beer pong tournaments, giant jenga, pool table, table football etc etc etc. It was a fairly small hostel too compared to some of the ones we've stayed at so far, ...
... bus just before it hit the outskirts of town and it was forced to turn back to collect me.I counted this as the third and final hit and with a sigh of relief a plonked myself down on a seat and we headed out.The day that unfolded made up for the last two days as I was blown into a space encounter that I shall never forget.
Cafayate (Caf-a-etcha) was my destination,a small town that is at the end of a long journey through a sedimentary ...
... not allow us to understand much of the strikers' pleas, but one sign wanted "Dignity for all". We toured the square, with its main sight being the old cathedral.
We had an ice cream in the square, changed some money on a street corner (we were getting good at dealing on the blue market by now), then toured the local museum. This is a museum of archaeology - dedicated to one collection from a single dig: the burial grounds of Inca children that ...