Legado Mitico Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the midday ferry tomorrow (wed). What a palaver! Instead, we spent the day wandering at leisure around buenos aires. We walked through the wildlife reserve that borders onto the big river that joins the ocean, saw the repsol building, walked over the fancy white bridge, went aboard an ex-presidents boat, had an oober-chocolaty desert at TGI Fridays then made our way back to the hostel. Had a quick change of footwear and headed into Palermo for an hr and half tango lesson followed by ...
... to the beautiful horses. In this case the horses actually reacted to the commands and we were galloping over the fields next to the Andes. Beautiful! The assado afterwards blew my mind. Best last lunch I could have asked for. The tables were laden with meat and salads, pumpkin out of the oven, baked potatoes and did I mention the meat??? ;) and of course wine, wine and more wine. Just awesome! Yes my last days in Argentina (for now) have been awesome. This country ...
... 8217;. There was not much of path and when we did find trails of previous hikers, they would often end abruptly. We zig-zagged several times over the water, hop-scotching on rocks and scrambling the river banks. Lunch was had perched on top of a rock by a waterfall. Finding our way home was easy enough – just follow the water down. It was a great days hiking/scrambling in glorious weather.
It was coming to the end of my time in Argentina, and the ...
... get off the bus and take our place in a very long line. We joined the first line to get our exit stamp out of Chile, we then had to join a second line to get our entry stamp into Argentina; and finally a third line to scan all our bags, which we later realised had been taken out of the bus and dumped on the side of the road.
After about an hour and a half of standing in line we eventually made it inside the door of the immigration building. It ...
... This is a pretty little village. Our tour guide gives us a brief history and shows us the main sites. We then head to a little restaurant for some lunch. We can either have the full set menu or a variety of snacks. I decide to go for some empanadas and another dish I have no idea what it's called but it is steamed in some form of leaves! It was ok , but the empanadas were delicious. Tammy, myself and another German girl had lunch ...