Gran Hotel Presidente

Av Belgrano 353, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, A4400AWB, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Salta, Argentina

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy


... that this museum was built to display. Three children, sacrificed by the Incas, 500 years ago, on top of Mount Llullaillaco, were recovered in 1999, perfectly preserved. It was a haunting exhibit.

The next day we caught a cable car up to the top of Cerro San Bernado. Fantastic views across the city and a strange place to walk around. Strangely at the top of the mountain there was a spinning class being conducted to some dodgy Spanish hip-hop and a ...

I'll take that as a condiment...

A travel blog entry by somewaygone


... a large tree and Jeremy, the translator, proceeded to charge our glasses with a fine red wine. As we conversed, waiting for the rest of the group to arrive, I couldn't help noticing Jeremy and his insistence to continue to fill our glasses. Of course the wine was nice, but we had a lunch to consume and a 3 hour horse ride to follow. After the 2nd glass, we took out seats at a large table and from there we proceeded to eat a veritable feast of fresh vegetables, wine and of course, ...

Adios Argentina

A travel blog entry by emiliaarn


... a lovely dinner in traditional town of Tilmarca and stopped by side of road en route back to gaze at the stars. Absolutely spectacular,The next day was just exploring the town and culminated in a farewell argentina dinner - Steak and wine of course. Then late evening on the tuesday 14th May me and Hong Kong Yvonne boarded a bus heading out of Argentina. To Bolivia and ...


A travel blog entry by daveserrao


... They have three mummies, which is the highlight of the museum. However the five year old mummy was all that was on display. The other two were pictures. Haha. Nice. This was more of a stop gap for my next stop to Buenos Aires and Habitat for Humanity anyway, so I am pretty pleased on the the experience. As I fly to BA now, I m looking forward to hanging out with my aunt Ines, who I haven't seen in 20 years. I think she is giving me her whole day. Should be fun. Then the HH in BA ...

Please Use "Fart" In A Sentence

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour


... coffee than "Starsucks." Regardless of McDonald's upper hand here, the more likely reason you won't find many locals in Starbucks stems from the fact that coffee isn't the nation's drink of choice. Yerba mate is where it's at and it is EVERYWHERE in Argentina. Argentinians go nowhere without their instruments for making mate: a hollowed out "gourd" and a thermos. The drink is so popular, the localites even appear to ...


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