Provincial Plaza Hotel

Address: 794 Caseros , Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Spectacular Drive through Northern Argentina

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Apr 21, 2015

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... social and religious life in the Inca world. The museum also had information about The Queen of the Hill, another Inca girl. In the 1920s, the tomb of this girl, who had been sacrificed in Salta, was looted. The girl's body and her treasures were bought, traded and stored in a basement. After many years she was returned to Salta. After the museum I headed to the grocery store to pick up some food for dinner and lunch and brought it back to the ...

Salta... Day 26-27

A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Sep 25, 2014

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... party pad. The bar serves their house shot called a blood bomb - I know, sounds delightful. It contains the energy drink V, grenadine and vodka and although is larger than a single shot, is designed to be thrown back like one. We are off on a horse riding trip tomorrow, so being hung over isn't really an option for us! This morning we set off at 9am to a ranch where the horse riding began. With the weather on ...

BA by bike

A travel blog entry by runner613 on Apr 23, 2014

... I forgot the money to pay for the tour. Ooooops! Luckily our hotel and the tour are tight so we left the money with Raquel. Whew. Butttt, instead of staying down there for our night plan, doing a tour of the palacios Barolo (a building designed to represent Dante's divine comedy) we had to cab BACK across the city to get the money THENback across the city again to make it to the palacios. Do we have a reservation ? Teri says the website didn't mention ...

Salta, Argentina

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on Mar 16, 2014

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... 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 ...

Salta NYE

A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Dec 30, 2013

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Heading in to Argentina was painful. We spent 7-hours trying to get over the boarder. Luckily we fell in love with it instantly (well once we finally made it across).

We stayed in a campground in Salta that boasted the biggest swimming pool I have seen. The weather was amazing for the majority of our stay here and we used it as ...

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