Shauard Hotel Salta

Address: Av. San Martin 982, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Coffee with legs, Pisco and wine, wine, wine :)

A travel blog entry by vero_jerome on Mar 28, 2015

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... things in Santiago and to learn loads about the city, history, culture etc, once we got there we quite frankly couldn't be bothered :)) 1) because it was extremely hot (37 degrees which is very unusual for this time of the year) and 2) because we had a great hostel and just felt like taking it easy and not following a schedule. We developed a little routine between us where we would ask each other "when should we do the free walking tour of ...

2nd Day of the Ranch Camp

A travel blog entry by richardjward on Oct 20, 2014

We enjoyed a second day as the guest of estancio owner Enrique Carbia. We trekked on horse into the mountains for another lengthy lunch, this time served in a farm outbuilding on the mountain side. We continued horse riding in the afternoon. We attempted to negotiate a waterfall ...

Don't go into Bolivia

A travel blog entry by kildala on Sep 10, 2014

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I travel very light. A small backpack with a waist cinch. All my belongings are rolled and put into Ziploc bags. Nothing gets wet and it’s easy to see what you want and also for any border and airport search.

I was warned do not go into Bolivia …
“From Salta Argentina go to Chile first and go to La Paz, do not go straight through from here the crossing is really bad.”
I tried to do that route but the buses ...

Salta, Argentina

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on Mar 16, 2014

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... even riding up waterfalls and mountains, the whole thing was perfect from start to finish.

All too soon it was over and we found ourselves back in Salta, getting ready to cross the border into Bolivia. We had heard that the normal border crossing could take up to 8 hours so we decided to cross from Aguas Blancas to Bermejo as the locals would do, and hope that it was faster. Along with Corinne, a Swiss girl we had met on the ranch, we were ready to go.

Salta NYE

A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Dec 30, 2013

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... as per Argentine culture, they don't head out until 2-3am). So we ended up having a countdown in an empty bar. Had a good night out.

We ended up staying a day longer in Salta and dropping a rough camp (camping on the side of the road). This day ended up being a washout, luckily enough we were all upgraded from tents to a dorm.