- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had another long overnight bus from mendoza to Salta, it's right in the North of Argentina probably 4 hours or so from the borders with Chile and Bolivia so very close to the andes and a noticeably different population - Buenos Aires and mendoza were both fairly Western looking populations, but as soon as we arrived in Salta everyone looked much more indigenous south American, more like what we were expecting to see on Bolivia and Peru ...
... holiday in Argentina, we think it is a day of independence. Every town we visit has a street called 25 de Mayo. The girls were off on a tour of the northern regions and to see the coloured rocks, and we stayed in town to find out some more information about the buses. If the buses did not start running we had an option of going from here straight into Bolivia but this would mean we would miss out on the Atacama desert and we did not want to do ...
... not allow us to understand much of the strikers' pleas, but one sign wanted "Dignity for all". We toured the square, with its main sight being the old cathedral.
We had an ice cream in the square, changed some money on a street corner (we were getting good at dealing on the blue market by now), then toured the local museum. This is a museum of archaeology - dedicated to one collection from a single dig: the burial grounds of Inca children that ...
... farmland passing through a few nice little towns. The second section was in a very arid area, less populated, and reminding me of the Western Slope of Colorado. The final section was down the Quebrada de Cafayate, which is a wonderfully scenic canyon with incredible rock colors and a twisty road next to the mostly dry river bed. If we had had a great driver's car, this would have been a ton of fun to drive. I tried to remind Carrie that it's more ...
... lasagne! Friday Sarah and I wandered the streets of Salta looking for warm clothes in preparation for our super cold salt flats tour which starts from Tupiza - Bolivia. Later that arvo we met two Irish girls and had a home cooked steak with veggies! Saturday was our last day in Salta and we arranged with the 2 Irish girls (Ciara and Trisha) to meet up with them in Tupiza and all do the Salt Flats tour together to ...