- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Regen vorüber war machten wir uns auf mit den Fotokameras bewaffnet die Stadt zu erkunden und entsprechende Motive zu Fotografieren. Dabei besuchten wir auch verschiedene Souvenirläden die allerlei Waren im Angebot hatten.Am Abend ließen wir es uns mal so richtig gut gehen und aßen in einem edlen Restaurant. Manuela und ich teilten uns zur Vorspeise ein Lama Carpagio. Das schmeckte ähnlich wie Rind aber ich würde es kein weiteres Mal mehr bestellen.
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Thought we would be going through internal customs at Susques, so still unsure about fate of potatoes and onion. Despite our best efforts, nobody wanted to stop us or inspect the van. Ange did manage to see the Virgin Mary in a front garden cactus though. Set off for the multi-coloured rock formations of Purmamarca and Tilcara with the hope of some salt flat walking in between at Salinas Grandes. After missing out in San Pedro and making the decision not to ...
As Dennis and I lingered over our second bottle of wine late into the evening of our second night in Salta, our waiter came over with a complimentary big bottle of water. "Mucho vino, mas agua," he said as he poured. We laughed and thanked him, grateful for the hydration. The Salta region of Argentina is the country's second biggest wine producer after Mendoza, with its own varietal of white (Torrontes) that we love, and our three days in ...
... being transported over a long dirt track with no suspension and it all came to a head in Salta City.Salta is one of those cities that is too small for the number of residents living in it,it also has very narrow paths and traffic all day head to tail complete with blasting horns.Walking on the pavements is like trawling your way through a bulging net of fish where your the fish who is trying to move fast.The South Americans,bless them,are not a people in a hurry their walking ...
... really want to make the most out of B.A. As we arrived at the bus terminal we realised we were going to have a mission on our hands. There were so many different bus companies. We did the only logical thing there was to do. Start at one end of the terminal and work all our way down finding all the prices and facilities on each bus. After this we had some options. A really cheap bus which wasn't direct with no food or a more expensive bus with full on ...