- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As we left Cafayate this morning, we were treated to some amazing mountain landscapes. We then began to transverse through them. At points the rocks were very red with lots of erosion and layering. This was truly one of the best scenic drives we've had on this trip. We arrived in Salta around lunch time. Here we are staying in a hotel which is a luxurious change from the hostels and camping we've been doing. Salta is Argentina's eighth largest ...
Today I walked up to the top of Cerro San Bernardo (a big hill next to the city) that had fantastic views over the city. There is a cable car that can take you up and down the hill but I decided to walk instead. I also had a long walk round the city listening to music (and looking in random shops). In the evening I got chatting to an Australian guy (Pat) and an English girl from Brighton (Clare) and we went out for dinner together, then to a hotel bar for a couple of ...
... takes the taxi. Many taxis refuse to drive such short distances and we manage to get on the taxi with a lady driver who agreed to take us. She was nice and friendly and even suggested us places we should go in this region. The meter says 19 and we have her 25. Would have given her 30 for her kindness but I couldn't find the notes in the dark. She seems happy with the little extra. We booked a private room in El ...
I strolled around the craft market in one of the streets. I bought a lovely leather suede bag from a very talented lady who makes them by hand. She said making leather goods was her form of therapy for the arthritis in her hands, keeping them supple. For lunch I had a traditional dish of tambales and more empanadas (I think I am addicted to them!). I visited the museum of the ...
Today was a morning drive into Salta and to appreciate for the first time the major differences between Argentina and our visited countries thus far in terms of development and culture. Wow what a difference. Parts of the city were just like Europe and we could tell not only in the architecture but in the majority of the people who looked much more of Spanish decent.
Our afternoon was going to be spent at ...