Tirol D' Andrea Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... came past and gave us a ride. Such a friendly chap and the drive over the last set of mountains were incredible. Pictures did not do it justice. Cannot wait for the Andes - another 4000m high - unimaginable.
Once in Merlo at 8pm (Long day, we'd set off at 9!) our host Checin picked us up and we drank Mate, ate cake, chilled and chatted with him and his friend Antonio, then later had beers and pizza, all overlooking the huge mountain we had just ...
... embrace the day. We didn't feel too bad though as we were early risers in comparison to the sleepy residents of Salta on a Sunday morning. We set off to sort various admin out and to find cheaper accommodation than our very over-priced hotel the night before. Mission accomplished it was time to explore. We had read that Salta has most of the oldest and the best preserved colonial buildings in Argentina. We weren't disappointed as we strolled around the ...
We arrived in the colonial town of Cordoba as the local inhabitants were heading off to work. It was already stifling hot which made the 30min walk to our hostel very sweaty (not helped by a wrong turn up a steep hill). When we arrived and checked in we decided to look into bus tickets to San Pedro de Atacama from Salta, where we will be in the next couple of days. We were shocked to find that all the buses are booked out for ...
Cordoba had some interesting parts but was mostly not as good as I had expected. It is supposed to be one of the most interesting parts of Argentina historically with lots of history relating to the jesuits and many colonial buildings. It also has the oldest cathedral in Argentina. The main problem is that having realised how much of a boon Cordoba could be to the tourist trade they have renovated all of the old buildings and ...
... the second biggest city in Argentina and full of universities, had a great student quarter with night markets, african bongo bands and dancing. The Jesuit architecture in the churches and university buildings was impressive and very elaborate. But there's only so much city sight seeing you can do in 37 degree heat so I mixed it up with a bit of swimming - where I'm now getting used to the medical examinations you have before a swim in a public pool. First shower, then ...