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... located in a lovely old colonial
house and also had a collection of pre-Hispanic artefacts as well as some very
good colonial objects. In one of the internal courtyards was a collection of
old horse drawn coaches and a 1911 massive Renault car. There were very good
views of the plaza from the balcony of the first floor. After wandering the
pedestrian walkways and a local supermarket we headed back to our hotel.
... cheapest part of the country that we have been to - what's not to love?!
We found the best way of exploring the Salta and Jujuy provinces was by car so for 7 of the 9 days we had here we hired a car and road tripped it.
Salta (day 1)
After another long 17 hour bus ride from Mendoza, we arrive early in the morning in Salta and had the day to explore the town before starting our road trip the next day. Salta is a large town with a small town ...
... to resort to purchasing some local wine from the supermarket rather than walking to the wineries on the outskirts of town. Simply walking down the road was draining. After struggling through 2 days in the city (and sweating out half our body weight) we ventured further north to Salta. Thankfully the temperatures in Salta ranged in the more manageable mid to late 20's. Salta is a beautiful city large enough to offer plenty to do with the charm of a small town. We enjoyed ...
... though so we would cope just fine. By the time we had settled in our tummies were rumbling for food. And what does it mean when your tummy rumbles for food in Argentina? Steak time! We headed for the local supermarket and picked up some steak and other supplies to make cheese steak sandwiches. They were something very special indeed. It was now time to work off some of the rich food with a walk. We walked around to the centre of Salta which was gorg. A spacious square with ...
... stories in Spanish and the rest of us just tried to keep up. After lunch we climbed back up on our horses in high spirits! Another English girl joined us so the five of us began the afternoon trek. We got to do much more trotting and some more galloping. We saw some new trails though including one following along a creek. My horse still wanted to bite me but by this time I had great love for my bitey horse with no ...