Bo Hotel de Encanto & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Chicoana
We got into Salta around 8, and were greeted by grey clouds and drizzle. Quite brilliantly the hostel let us check in straight away and not wait until 2pm as most due. Thus I was able to head straight to bed to catch up on the sleep denied to me on the night bus.
We headed into town around 11. By now the sun was well and truly out. The streets are mostly wide enough for ...
... br> My story all started one Wednesday morning when I was sniffing around the fountain in the main square, when all of a sudden I came across this nice group of people sitting at the base listening to a man talking about the city of Salta.
They had come all the way from the city of San Pedro in Chile and looked quite tired. I wandered amongst them and got a few pats and thought to myself: "I like this group, I will stay and make them ...
After a long, fruitful and eventful stay in Cordoba, including numerous visits to the surrounding areas I made my way up north to Salta, capital of the northern Salta province. Salta is said to mostly resemble a Spanish city such as Andalusia with towering Cathedrals and post colonial architecture dominating the cityscape. After my 13 hour no sleep journey, my first day was spent...ahem, acclimatising to the surrounding area, and my hostel bed. I managed to go out for an evening ...
Rather than do a day trip to Cafayate, we decided to go for a few days, and even though the bus broke down before we got onto it, when we finally got here it was so lovely and peaceful that we instantly wanted to stay longer. We tried to visit the goat's cheese farm - a picturesque 30 minute walk - only to find it closed for the afternoon. So we visited a bodega (winery) ...
The taxi from Sayta came promptly to pick us up at 9:00 am and it was perfect because we had just finished breakfast and were ready to go. The day had turned out to be great for a day at the ranch. The drive there was pleasant, Niyati continued her normal chat in Spanish through the course of the drive and I was sitting back and enjoying the northern countryside. After about an hour we got to Chicoana in Valle de Lerma. The ranch seemed to be very authentic, ...