Legado Mitico Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... an aphrodisiac for the woman based on the quality of the men’s weaving skills. Overall we had a great day, learning new things about the differing cultures within such a small space.
Next stop was Bolivia! Luckily the border crossing only took a couple hours and we were on our way to La Paz, unluckily for us Bolivia was in the midst of an election weekend. Election weekends for us are very different to Bolivia- they go into what they call a dry law where in the ...
... began - caught in numerous sand storms and only being able to drive at about 40km/h it was a very long, boring and somewhat stressful 4-5 hours of the hire car huffing and puffing hoarsely. But we finally reached Route 51 where the Train to the Clouds journey back to Salta began and it was all paved road from here for another 160km. The landscapes were pretty but nowhere near as stunning as the drive to Humahuaca. If we did it again we would definitely take Route 9 back ...
... but as it seems its pouring back home, I guess I´m better off here!
Salta has much more of a sleepy country town feeling about it than Mendoza. It lies in the Lerma valley, surrounded by steep and forested mountains. The centre is very easy to navigate by foot, and it has a gorgeous central Plaza (9 de Julio) planted with tall palms and surrounded by colonial buildings.
Salta owes much of ...
... few of of our friends from Salta take us out to experience some Salta nightlife. They strike a deal with the bouncer for cover and drinks and we're in. It's a bit of an awkward set up, as far as bars/clubs go, but it's fun because of our large group. At one point we are sprayed with foam... And I almost lose my flip-flops a few times due to the stickiest floors in the world, but the night/morning (we ...
... church painted a rather unusual magenta and yellw. It was built in 1870. All the construction made taking pictures difficult and the results aren't that great but maybe you can get an idea.
The main Plaza in Salta is the Plaza 9 de Julio. Streets and plazas here are often named various dates that figure in Argentine history. July 9 is the date of the signing of Argentina's Declaration of Independence from Spain. The statue in the middle of the plaza is ...