Legado Mitico Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and can I cut in”
This is a very hot and dry part of the world. The sun beating down can be brutal and as I stood there in a daze the one with the Swiss hat said “Yes” I quickly learn that they were both from Argentina and on a student vacation. Wow they were so nice after a while one went off to find water and returned with a jug of something, so we all shared it. The bridge that we ended up on after 2 hours overlooked a dry gulch ...
... into politics and social issues,their awful Government record ,dating back to the military junta of the 80s baffles other countries on the continent and when you talk about Argentina with Brazilians even they shake their heads at the issues they have.What is sad is that it is now part of their culture much like it is in Israel or South Africa.The Argentinians I have spoken to so far have all ended up speaking politics and corruption to me in hushed tones,they simply ...
When you tell someone here that you are going to the province of Salta, they all say 'oh how wonderful, how beautiful!' and they are right. The real Argentina is shown here in Salta, with the gauchos (Argentine cowboys), the tobacco fields meeting the forest-covered mountains and the amazing, best- i've-ever-tasted empanadas! Touching the countries of Bolivia and Chile and next to the Argentine province of Jujuy (pronounced ...
We woke from out free nights sleep feeling refreshed and ready to take on the world. As I was getting all my things ready I was surprised by a giant grasshopper having a nap in my things and hopping away when I disturbed him. I guess I'm going to have to get used to insects for Oz. We were out the room fairly early to experience our first Argentine breakfast. Bread with ducle de leche which is like a caramel spread. ...
... the train was another deterrent. It leaves Salta at 7:00 am and returns at about midnight. That's a really long day... at least for this old man.
Local tourist agencies offer tours that follow a road that parallels the train tracks with multiple stops along the way for picture-taking and, of course, visits to little towns along the way for the opportunity to spend money on handicrafts. I signed up for one of these ...