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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... bulls in china shops et al. The idea is that you work on the areas that represent your extremes and you try to hone them down with a more pro-active,mature and diplomatic approach to avoid,in my case,the red mist from blinding me.Now this is all well and good in a controlled environment but we are what we are and for all the progress I have made on this issue over the years,it was no where to be seen over the last couple of days as a series of events slowly but surely caused ...
... about surviving on our budget here because it's a lot more expensive than the other countries we've visited so far. What we've found so far is hostels and especially buses are a lot more expensive, but when it comes to food and drink you can still eat cheaply and get good food. We had a splurge one night in Salta and went to a good steak restaurant, it still only cost us £25 for a good bottle of wine and two meals - for the same cut, size and quality of steak ...
... a great place for a picnic or afternoon lying in the sun. By the time we arrived back at the hostel we were tired from the walking and ready to wind down. We chilled and chatted until we got up again to make a quick dinner of pasta. By the time we had finished eating it was late so went to bed to end the day. We had had a wonderful day of exploring this city. I'm sure the other Argentina cities will please as well. We don't really have a plan for tomorrow yet. Il let you know how it ...
... unsure what to expect but we gave him 100pesos, had a hot shower and went straight to bed. It was gone midnight now so there was no hope in finding food.
We woke bright and early to buy our bus tickets to Iguazu, a loooong 25 hour journey. In the end we paid $120 each for 3 cama buses (sleeper bus) leaving Salta at 3.30pm. In the mean time we trekked into the centre to use an atm and have breakfast; trying our hardest not to spend any money. We stocked up on food and ...
... were waiting for us whe we visited one of the artisanal places along this walk. And they were barking with joy whenever we came out of a place. This is how easily you can sometimes make a new friend. We treasure Cafayate as a nice and calm little town where we simply enjoyed life, learned the lesson that you should always order “lomo” (filet) and no other part of the cow (as we Europeans are not used it) and also found some interesting artisanal textiles and ...