Gran Hotel Presidente

Address: Av Belgrano 353, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, A4400AWB, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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      Lake Titicaca, Peru - Cafayate, Argentina

      A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Oct 25, 2014

      45 photos

      ... an aphrodisiac for the woman based on the quality of the men’s weaving skills. Overall we had a great day, learning new things about the differing cultures within such a small space.

      Next stop was Bolivia! Luckily the border crossing only took a couple hours and we were on our way to La Paz, unluckily for us Bolivia was in the midst of an election weekend. Election weekends for us are very different to Bolivia- they go into what they call a dry law where in the ...

      "I Went To Mars!"

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 02, 2014

      4 comments, 39 photos

      ... bus just before it hit the outskirts of town and it was forced to turn back to collect me.I counted this as the third and final hit and with a sigh of relief a plonked myself down on a seat and we headed out.The day that unfolded made up for the last two days as I was blown into a space encounter that I shall never forget.

      Cafayate (Caf-a-etcha) was my destination,a small town that is at the end of a long journey through a sedimentary ...

      Salta and crossing the border to Villazon

      A travel blog entry by littleal on Apr 11, 2014

      1 photo

      ... as a guy in my Salta hostel, 'Chase' and when we got off at the border we met 3 other girls who also wanted to cross. We had to find the border crossing in town which was a bit of a walk and due to much conflicting information we weren't sure if the control would be open, the actual border is open always, but we needed stamps so needed to see the control, we'd also read on the Internet that it can take 6 hours to cross. Actually, they were open and ...

      Steak, wine and we feel fine

      A travel blog entry by danarol on Nov 14, 2013

      28 photos

      ... their entry stamp. Some people outright refused to fill in the form and others couldn't write or didn't have a signature. We sat on our rucksacks away from the crowd, filled in the form and then Dan took them to the window while I stayed on my rucksack and observed the pandemonium. Finally we got our passports back with the magic stamp we'd been waiting for, it was still only about 7:30am but it felt like a lot later. We eventually made it onto a bus to Salta ...

      From salt to Salta

      A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Nov 13, 2013

      4 photos

      ... ingleterra!'

      A quick 4-hour bus took us to our next destination, Cafayate, in the heart of the wine region, and after a little breaking down arrived an hour late. Cafayate is super-chilled, and we quickly decided to spend some more time here. Dinner that night sealed the deal, as we followed our hostel owners recommendations to a place which was described as 'the place with the red wall and chicken logo', and had it had a menu it would have read: