- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so of course he accepts Pesos! Pesos are God's money right now, he'd probably even give us a discount. Anyway... Until he can arrange the switch, we will just carry on enjoying every minute of our trip! Including every second of our 24-hour bus journey from the Iguazu Falls, westwards cross-country to the city of Salta, located in northwest Argentina. This was to be our next stop... And second to last stop in Argentina! It's only about a seven-hour journey ...
... got it back. Greg bought himself a whole bakery's worth of quiche for the trip, whilst I am back on the crackers and lemonade. The bus was meant to leave at 9:30, but didn't arrive at the bus station until 10am. I tried to listen to the podcast Serial on the journey, but kept falling asleep and missing bits. We arrived at the Argentinean border around midday. It was all handled out of one office, so we queued up at one counter ...
... as back then and invited us to join them for an Asado at their place Wednesday night. This was very very special for me, as I hadn't really stayed in close contact with them and was overwhelmed by their hospitality and openess to invite us to their house after such a long time. Best thing was that absolutely nothing there had changed, the rooms still looked like the kids rooms back then with racing cars wallpapers :) My host brother from ...
... us our main course. When we asked her where was our starter for the menu of the day she said there were none. We looked over to our left and a massive plate of empanadas were placed on another table! What do you mean there is no starter for the 2 course deal?! In our very broken spanish we said we were not happy and would only pay half of the price for the 2 COURSE menu. She went on to say we would have to pay the full amount!!! After much debate ...
... tour by a local who took us around the small town and gave us a brief history of the church and statues. As planned we jumped off at Tilcara on our way back to Salta so we could have a night up in the mountains. The setting was very dramatic as we were surrounded by the imperious mountains and small marching bands strolled around the towns, warming up for their upcoming festival. We had planned a trek up the mountain, but ...