Howard Johnson Plaza Jujuy
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Fecha: Martes 08 de Julio 2014 Ruta: Sáenz Peña - Pampa del Infierno - Monte Quemado - San Salvador de Jujuy Recorrido: 720km Este día sabíamos que iba a ser uno de los más largos en distancia pero también uno de los mas rectos de todo el viaje ya que la carretera que cruza el chaco es muy recta como se puede ver en el mapa. A las 830am salimos del …
... of roast chicken and salad and then a small fruit salad for
dessert. It was very good value at $10 each. We then started the drive back to
Juyuy with the first stop at the village of Tilcara. We crossed an old rickety
iron bridge to reach the archaeological site of Pucara. It was very sad to see
what early archaeologists had done to this pre Colombian fortress town. They
had reconstructed some of the homes and ceremonial sites so you got a ...
... it's a rare occasion when the ugly ones are the winners, unless you believe in the afterlife (let's not go there). They were given an alcoholic drink to put them to sleep then buried with some other sacrificial objects at around 6500m above sea level. Truly bizarre! We couldn’t take any pictures but there is a link to some here if anyone is interested: http://www.livescience.com/21848-image- ...
... several hundred dollars to stay there, no matter how tempting the swimming ppol, spa and jacuzzi were! We continued another minute along the road and found a quaint little B&B which we both immediately loved. An L-shaped single storey building reached around a large grassy area, each room with its own small garden and deck chairs, the whole setup high atop the hill looking down over the town, into the valley below and to the mountains to the west on the far side. The ...
... So, back in Jujuy, I take a seat with the bags in the bus station, and Anna manages to find the only shirt available in the town on a Sunday in a kids clothes shop that happens to be the only shop open, and only have one adults shirt, in Sean's size. Perfect!
By this time, it was only 1pm, giving us plenty of time to take the bus to La Quiaca, the border town of Argentina/Bolivia. Coincidentally, this bus also took us through the towns we decided not to ...