Sheraton Salta Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stuff but it was fun to delve deep into the small boutiques and open markets. We all came across a couple of gems and managed to haggle down the already ludicrously cheap prices. Rumour has it that Peru is the one for funky alpaca jumpers so we will hold out on that front till then. We managed to organise a mini bus tour up through the mountains visiting a few of the towns on our way. We were up bright and early and by ...
... roof terrace. It was delish and obviously there was lots of wine! Through the wine fog, I managed to find out that the Bolivian strike had ended! Yipee! This morning I booked a ticket to the border town Aguas Blancas for tomorrow at 6:35 am and the plan is to cross into Bolivia over a river and hopefully take some form of transportation to Tarija in Bolivia's wine region. Who knew that Bolivia had a wine ...
... One thing that Argentinian cities have been described as, is being quite European, and it did feel like that. A big plaza, cafés and restaurants dotted about. Colonial churches... After Bolivia... It really felt really quite nice.
Decided to kill some time that day, and headed to a shopping mall – where we went to the cinema. Poor Si, I dragged him along to watch the new Twilight film, but celebrated afterwards with a yummy meal.
We stopped at a supermarket ...