Legado Mitico Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Again, heart of stone.
Once we had just about mourned the loss of our night bus (and Bill Nighy), we hailed a taxi to drop us to our hostel in the centre... We had arrived several hours too early for check-in, so we dropped our backpacks and ventured around the corner to the main square, Plaza 9 de julio, to check it out and grab something to eat as we were starving. Despite us raving about the night bus, the breakfast on board was really ...
... I've come into contact with so far are really friendly and generous people. I've actually been quite humbled by it. And complete strangers kiss you hello and goodbye on the cheek ... and it's not creepy.
I've given AirBnB a go for the first time and my host Ana really went out of her way to welcome me and make sure I had everything I needed to enjoy my stay. She also spent considerable time going through maps and advising the 'must do' sites, plus answered ...
... we met up with Rachel again, our UK hiking friend from Patagonia, who gave us a tour of the city, as she had already stayed there for several days. For the way back to Concon we had to take one of the killer local buses - 40min spent fearing for our lives ;) the bus did get stopped by the police at one point and a massive argument between the driver and the police man erupted, after which we drove on as if nothing had happened. Guess we'll ...
... helped me out with some techniques and I was ok. We cycled up a very steep field to the top of the hill, overlooking miles and miles of countryside and mountains. Here we stopped for a snack and drink before cycling back to the car. As we cycled a lot faster than Nacho had anticipated we stopped off for Empanadas and a beer, on the house, before being dropped home.
Hallelujah, our final dinner was just perfect, no problems, just a ...
... A few of the people had been knocked against the seat in front but not injured enough to stop. Not only are the local” buses very old and in bad shape but the main problem with travel there are the drivers. Most of them don’t know how to drive properly and they all like to drink while they’re driving. I didn’t know this until later.
We arrived into middle of nowhere about 6. am and the two lads went off the find a ...