Rincon de Fuego

Ambrosetti 445, Tilcara, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, 4624, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ambrosetti 445, Tilcara.
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    Travel Blogs from Tilcara

    Iguazu to Salta

    A travel blog entry by sirokacol on Sep 16, 2014

    ... it's hard to know which way to point the camera. The further into the desert we go the better it gets. Horses and cattle everywhere, the open road sides are their paddocks, so we have to keep an eye open for livestock of all shapes and sizes. We had our best empanadas yet, llama meat and it's yum. With wild llamas and donkeys on our road trip, as well as the villages around here, it's like stepping back in time. Fantastic street stalls ( I need a bigger suitcase :)). ...

    Arriving in Argentina

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Sep 09, 2014

    23 photos

    ... a lush green campsite. Here we settled down for a couple of days to take in the chilled vibe, bright starry nights, and massive red-striped mountains around us. On our final day we took a hike up one of the surrounding hills to a giant canyon and waterfall named the Garganta del Diablo (devil's throat). It was a stinking hot, but breathtakingly beautiful walk. Late that night, on the back of some successful busking by Sam, we stepped into a ...

    New Year, New Country

    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Jan 01, 2014

    32 photos

    ... so colorful they seem fake: the most beautiful one, the mountain of the seven colors, looks like a giant cake of many layers and strange colors. The village itself is quite nice, and the faces of the people constantly remind you how close Bolivia is and how much you are moving away from Argentina and the European origins of its inhabitants. On the way back, chaos again: a huge traffic jam a few kilometers long, caused by the latest storm that flooded the highway with a river ...

    White privilege, seven-colour landscape

    A travel blog entry by txoriatalalit on Sep 17, 2011

    15 photos

    ... the biting cold. Plus a long long check by the Bolivian military letting us get out of the bus in the middle of the night to search our luggage - and confiscate a few little bags of coca leaves people were chewing - as it is usual and perfectly legal in Bolivia.
    I am still grateful to my neighbour, a young Bolivian guy travelling to Buenos Aires, for sharing his blanket with me when he saw I was freezing although I had my warmest clothes ...

    The Long Road Trip - Purmamarca

    A travel blog entry by mnasf on Aug 10, 2011

    ... Everything we pretty good with the exception of the potatos. Once lunch was over, we headed out to Salinas Grande.

    As we headed back to the car, we noticed how warm it had gotten. The morning start off cool, but it gets very warm as the sun comes out. There are no clouds in the sky all day long, and due to the elevation and lattitude, the sun is very strong (it hurt my skin when we were outside as it was so strong around ...