Shauard Hotel Salta

Av. San Martin 982, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
Prices starting from $66.00

Travel Blogs from Salta

Homage to Salta Part I

A travel blog entry by jamespatterson

... and guests were sitting in lounging chairs beside the pool while others sat with ice in their drinks in the shade. There was a burst of laughter and the Englishman came in through the glass doors and walked toward the bar. He walked with the pace of a man who had something important to say which, as a manager at the hotel, he rarely did. "Have you seen Daria?" he asked me. "No," I replied, "was I meant to be looking?" "I meant, have you seen what she's doing?" ...

The March to the North

A travel blog entry by maximiliancs


... the renowned Sunday markets. Salta seemed to have more markets than you can imagine and they are spread sporadically across the city so we found ourselves covering quite large distances. Each individual stall is heaving with incredibly soft and good value alpaca jumpers and socks, and all kinds of Argentinian authentic wavey garms. It didn't take us long however to clock that generally they were all selling very similar if ...

Into Argentina

A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel


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From here we negotiated our 18th border crossing, into Argentina at Villazon/La Quiaca. Now this, by all accounts, should have been relatively simple in comparison with the bureaucracy-laden border posts we have encountered thus far. So much for that! Not that we actually had any problem, but we did have to stand in a queue for almost 3 hours in the blazing sun behind a bus- load of backpackers, who were having every single item of their not ...


A travel blog entry by fsorbie


... vodka, redbull and something else (grenadine) called bloodbombs. Went with 5 loki's to town, they were going to hand out flyers for the 1year loki anniversary, it will be a big party tomorrow night, a mechanical bull, cheap drinks and loud music, bonfire, ... Sounds like fun. You can work here (for minimum 2weeks) and then you get free accomodation and meals, for 4days working per week. The handing out flyers part was very funny, they had outfits on! One was supposed to be ...

Salta, the last stop in Argentina

A travel blog entry by ninaandjack


... this is the local word for cactus. That was one of our favourite days so far of the last six weeks. Even though we were mad enough to voluntarily sign up for 8 hours on a bus, it was totally worth it. And the best bit was getting back to our lovely hostel to find a giant pan of lentils and beef on the BBQ with wine, beer and fernet doing the rounds, with about 20 of us crowded around a long table on the roof terrace. It was 'workers day' here on ...

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