Legado Mitico Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... heading back out to look at some of the churches. I went into the cathedral which was absolutely beautiful and then went inside a few others. I also stopped outside San Bernardo convent which is the oldest building in Salta. I spent the evening at the hotel catching up on emails and enjoying a bit of television. Although it was mainly Spanish channels, I did find a few shows that were in English and just subtitled in Spanish so that was a nice ...
... party pad. The bar serves their house shot called a blood bomb - I know, sounds delightful. It contains the energy drink V, grenadine and vodka and although is larger than a single shot, is designed to be thrown back like one. We are off on a horse riding trip tomorrow, so being hung over isn't really an option for us! This morning we set off at 9am to a ranch where the horse riding began. With the weather on ...
... three of us on the tour. We were joined by jarrod, an Aussie from Perth who worked as a chef on an oil rig. Four weeks on four weeks off, lots of travel time. In the six degrees of separation category, he was in town to see his friends, the owners of the argentine experience! Off we went, through all of the barrios (neighborhoods) of the city including the notorious La Boca, which allows tourists safe passage on three or four streets, otherwise ...
Sad to be leaving Santiago once again, we caught the bus back to Mendoza. This may have been a great trip across the Andes once again, we donīt know, unfortunately we slept the whole way. For our last night in Santiago, Alejandro had made a traditional Chilean meal and of course this was accompanied by traditional pisco sours. Until the traditional time of 4am.
Back in Mendoza once again for a couple of nights, we didnīt really do too much. Stocked up ...
... definitely needed for the cold temperatures it reaches here at night. As this town is very catholic, the religious festivals are said be amazing unfortunately I won't be here to experience one but to be honest, just walking around you can see that the religion is very much alive here. I have 3 words to describe Salta and its surrounding area, they are: wild, rustic and beautiful. If you ever get the chance you must go in a ...