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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
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- Free parking
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... trucks and buses coming the other way, we eventually emerged under the cloud ceiling to the panoramic view of dense green valleys and expanses, reminding me of the Swiss Alps in the summer. We continued to descend through these valleys until we came to a one-lane bridge crossing the river, where we drove along a dirt road skirting the steep wall of a narrow river gorge. We finally emerged from the last hill onto a paved highway on the ...
... we'd seen in two months (people were actually enjoying themselves it seemed whilst having a few drinks), a huge storm broke out, and we decided we needed to find accommodation more solid than our tent and a riverbed. On the internet, we found a cheap hotel six kilometres down the road in Maimará and booked it, but as we road out of town we found ourselves overtaking a long line of stationary traffic. The reason soon became apparent - the road was completely flooded. ...
... famous Cerro de Siete Colors (hill of seven colours). This amazing jagged formation is the result of 600 million years of sea, lake, and river sediments being laid down, then thrust up from the earth with the collision of tectonic plates. Here the earth's geological history sits naked above the ground for all to see, and it puts on ...
Eldon was up at 6:00 and we were on the road by 9:30. It was a drizzly and rainy day to start (but by early afternoon we recovered our perfect weather). It was recommended we take the highway instead of the scenic route for the first part of todays drive. Because of roads being washed out and mudslides.
We got to Purmamarca after about a two hour drive. We had a very nice boutique hotel for the night, and ...
... stopped at El Torro viaduct and the cactus jungle. The good part about having the car was that we were able to stop a lot on the way to see small sites and take pictures, this was not possible in the bus rides and was more important now because of the remoteness of the places and scenic beauty surrounding landscape. During the drive we caught the first site of llamas and vicuñas (member of the llama family). We eventually reached our first stop, after ...