Legado Mitico Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... done in that month, England were on 30 something when we arrived, and we were comfortably into 3 digits by the time we moved on! To be honest there's not a huge amount to say about Salta as we literally did nothing of culture there, just enjoyed the sunshine and relaxing for 5 days but it was probably one of the best weeks of the trip - I know that sounds bad to say that my favourite bit was the week we did sod all and just got drunk, ...
... before heading into Bolivia. Then we went in search of a penguin wine carafe that Vicki wants. She saw them in Bariloche and BA but didn't want to carry them, but because she is still thinking about it she wants to get one. No one has them up here. We looked through some more of the touristy shops and found a tour agency that goes up to the 7 coloured mountains, it's quite far from here and we really want to go so we booked the tour for Sunday. Chris and Lauren ...
... floor that extends more than 100km down the western edge of the Salta province. Memorable for us were the fantastic cacti growing everywhere. The cacti grow at about 2cm per year, which must mean that some of the huge trees we saw must have been hundreds of years old. And this is only after they have dodged the odds to grow at all - with each flower producing 80,000 seeds, only one of which can grow, into a juvenile cactus, provided that the seed ...
... and two mid level wines. The tour was neat because of the low level of sophistication at the winery compared with others in Mendoza we had seen. They had several huge fiberglass fermentation tanks just sitting out in the open, in contrast to stainless steel tanks with heat transfer jackets in an adobe or underground fermentation room at higher end places. DH had some other tanks that were better controlled, so these fiberglass numbers had to be the ...
... wine and dine" experience in Argentina. The restaurant (El Solar del Convento) was an established "parrilla" (basically a big grill) and we had the most excellent, juicy bit of "bife de lomo" (beef filet). Also the wine we tried was very yummy - a Malbec from Cafayate called "Quara". We have to see if we can get our hands on that one in Germany. The next day, we headed up to "Cerro San Bernardo" - a hill overlooking the city. We walked the way up (which turned ...