Marques De Tojo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Marques De Tojo Purmamarca
Travel Blogs from Purmamarca
... blended wine and had a great time listening to the live music. Between songs, Norm and all the other Argentines in the room howled with laughter at the jokes told by the head musician while the three of us looked on puzzled, but Norm said they were too hard to translate.
After dinner, we were happy to go back to our nice, roomy condo and collapse into bed for a good night's sleep, looking forward to our tour of the Jujuy Valley the next day.
... us from behind a fence. Nothing very remarkable about that. We spent about twenty minutes in Purmamarca - we deemed twenty minutes adequate given it was a pleasant but very touristy, very expensive town - and then began the descent back to our main route. Here the same dog barked at us, but this time it ran out into the road, where Matt passed it, before it bit Nadine on the calf. As we were putting iodine on the wound, a pickup truck full of about seven people stopped to see if ...
... It was a quaint little place and obviously very much a tourist spot. The food wasn’t very good; I didn’t eat much of mine. I had fish with risotto and Eldon had llama. Eldon’s llama wasn’t bad tasting, but it was very chewy. He had hominy and boiled potatoes and didn’t eat much of his either. They had live music for us this evening. It helped to create an atmosphere and was good music.
... about an hour, but then gave way to a gradual descent of 1000m over the next 75km. It a slow, steady downhill, where you still needed to pedal but it was enjoyable none the less and allowed us to cover a lot of ground over the morning. We passed a lot of awesome rock formations, which showed the rock jutting up like it was freshly spilling out of the ground. It made me think that if you thought the Earth was flat, you might make it to this ...
... Niyati started looking for something that would excite her palate. Both of us were not that hungry, not sure it was because of the coca leaves of the fact that we had eaten a heavy lunch. Niyati finally settled for pumpkin soup that she loved at La Chicheria. We strolled back to the inn, discussing the amazing landscapes we had seen in some of the most remote parts of the northern territory and drive to Tilcara, Humahuaca and Iruya that was planned for the next ...