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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not really a whole lot to do in Salta. Chris joined some of the boys for a walk up a hill to a view point of the city, while I went back to the hostel for some rest. We are right at the foothills of the Andes and watching the sunset just behind them was really beautiful tonight. We had a smashing curry for dinner and an early night planned. Unfortunately or fortunately depending on ones desires, the hostel is ...
... 8220;Mr Nick,we can't wait at the agency any longer meet us at Jujuy Avenue 1021”,
Now I am frantic,what have I missed here? There was no time to think,receiving some vague directions from the receptionist I head out in the morning dark,the street is a good kilometer away and after twenty minutes I am reaching that point where I know it is no use,Jujuy street does not look like a friendly place,full of skulking shadowy characters checking me out,but I was in no ...
... nation from what we have seen, but I don't know how because their potion sizes are enormous! Each meal I have had, I have left at least half because there is no need to eat your own body mass in food for dinner, or anytime of the day for that matter. Needless to say, this pizza was bloody huge and we didn't even get through half. Before, during and after, we played a drinking game which is always a good way to make friends and then we called it ...
... meal where they serve the meat as it is cooked and people talk and drink while the rest cooks. We had a lovely day and got to meet some of the family and friends.
Martin suggested that the next day we went to Cafayate - a wine region 2 hours from the city, i had read about it already so we were delighted to go. We stopped at a vineyard for a tour and some tasting and of course bought some wine....our new favourite - Torrontes from Cafayate!!We had dinner ...
... spot where the culinary adventure began. You were able to pick from the appetizer, main course and dessert selections for the set "executive" lunch. Walter explained the items briefly and I opted to go for the local dishes, except for the empanadas:) The main dish, Locro, is like a peasant stew. It had corn, meat chunks and fat. Eleanor, an English girl joined us for lunch and we three agreed it was not beef but probably goat from one ...