Hotel La Comarca
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Comarca Purmamarca
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... fte in der Stadtmitte. Wir waren vom Reisen so erschöpft und entschlossen uns am Abend in ein Restaurant essen zu gehen. In der Nacht wurde es kühl und wir merkten deutlich, dass der Herbst uns eingeholt hatte.
Wir machten uns daran früh aus den Federn zu kommen, da wir den Cerro Siete Colores bei Sonnenaufgang sehen wollten. Manuela fühlte sich nicht so gut und so machte ich mich alleine auf den Weg. Es war noch recht dunkel und ...
... a decade before, and they were shocked by the changes they saw when we went into Purmamarca for dinner. It had transformed from a sleepy, nearly deserted colonial village into a major tourist Mecca. The central plaza was crowded with artisans selling Andean clothing and products, and there were many bars and restaurants. We were hungry from the day's long drive, but as usual we had to wait until 8:30pm or so before the restaurants started to ...
... fact that we would have to cook our emergency rations in the hotel room, and Matt would have to cycle to and from Tilcara to reach an ATM that (hopefully) worked, Nadine suggested trying her MasterCard credit card. It worked - albeit with a heavy charge which didn't concern us greatly given the circumstances - and we were freed from the nightmare of a day of dog bites and pennilessness. There's not a lot to do in Purmamarca it seems - a lot of books will be read over the next two ...
... to the hostel Mama Coca, very relevant to the amount if coca sweets and leaves around and made our way to feed our hungry bellies. The town is so small you could walk it in about 5 minutes and we found a lovely tiny restaurant where we ordered, ate, left, showered and slept. Up nice and early and awoke to a 'lovely' breakfast of bread and dulce de leche. Nadia and I tried coca tea which I was convinced made my mouth numb but apparently was all in my ...
... small village of San Antonio de Los Cobres to eat some llama stew and more delicious empanadas. From there we made our way to the Great Salt Flats for some great photo opportunities. From here we made our way to the town of Purmamarca where we would spend the night. This is where I took the attached pics whilst eating breakfast on Sunday waiting for our guide to pic us up. Sunday meant making our way back to salt through the unesco heritage site of Humahuaca Gorge ...