Bo Hotel de Encanto & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... with its quaint squares and pretty churches including a big pink Basilica on the main plaza.
It was also very apparent that they didn't care too much for the police as we found a cambio man right outside the main bank giving good rates not a couple of metres from 3 cops.
With more pesos in hand it was time to explore the town which lasted all of about 15 minutes before heat and hunger took its toll, instead it was time to explore the ...
... elite,we have all seen the pictures of Princes Charles,William and Harry playing polo in Argentina when on tour,competition between Britain and Argentina has always been fierce.
Salta is known as “La Linda” (The Pretty One) and amongst its densely populated streets and traffic clogged roads are beautiful examples of colonial architecture dressed in pastel pinks,yellows,greens and blues.Churches,Cathedrals and balcony clad nobleman's houses jostle ...
... Argentina is really weird. You can only get pesos (the Argentina currency) and nothing else. You can't convert your pesos into any other currency in the country. This includes converting to dollars. This has caused a mass black market for dollars. You take loads of dollars into Argentina and you get a much better rate than if you were taking money out in ATMs in the country. The official rate is 1 dollar to 6 pesos but with ...
... Santa Cruz is the wealthiest place in Bolivia, not my favourite though. Ate with Spanish girl before heading to Samaipata the next morning - ready for camping. Left bus early to camp near and see Las Cuevas Cascadas. Long night at campsite by the road, a little noisy but it was the dog appearing from the shadows that gave me the biggest shock! Jesus, wasn't ready for that! Eaten alive by small yellow cousins of the mosquito! Beautiful walk the next morning to ridge over looking ...
... the city tour around Salta but I wasn't feeling too good and walking around in the sun at 37 degrees wouldn't have been a good idea. Luckily I managed to get a couple of hours sleep and when everyone returned I was feeling much better. For dinner, we went to a local argentinian restaurant and I ordered the empanada which was pastry filled with meat and a Tamales which was ground corn and meat wrapped in the skin of the corn. Both were really ...