La Merced del Alto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a valley that was a carbon copy of the Napa Valley in California - hundreds of acres of lush vineyards surrounded by beautiful green hills. And in the center of the valley was a complex of modern houses and buildings that would be right at home in the Napa Valley as well. We had arrived at the Colome Torrontes Bodega, built in this remote part of the Calchaqui Valleys by Donald Hess, the famous Swiss Billionaire. He built a complex of school, stores and housing to accommodate the ...
Yes we are leaving but first another trip downtown to change money at our secret spot. Teri decided to photograph the door with the cows and almost got arrested. Are the cops partners with these guys? Does the mob have cops on the take? Si, claro. Off to the "domestic" airport, the entrance to which is a comedy that would take a long time to describe but let's say you zig, you zag, you get dizzy and ...
... with the pressure that I am surprised it had not exploded, I think I opened it just in time! I loved being so close to the cactus, they are amazing plants which also have a love story attached! The village of Cachi was only small and when we stopped there for lunch I had goat stew which tasted very nice. The villagers harvest sugar cane and also some of the houses were drying out chillies in their back ...
... children discovered in 1999. It was a strange feeling looking at the young boy on display, but also interesting to see how well he was preserved. I visited a florist shop which only had a few flowers on display; carnation, gerbera, lisianthus. In the evening I went to the main square and watched the men ringing the bells up in the cathedral tower, which looked like hard ...
Today was a morning drive into Salta and to appreciate for the first time the major differences between Argentina and our visited countries thus far in terms of development and culture. Wow what a difference. Parts of the city were just like Europe and we could tell not only in the architecture but in the majority of the people who looked much more of Spanish decent.
Our afternoon was going to be spent at ...