Bo Hotel de Encanto & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Bo Hotel de Encanto & Spa Chicoana
Travel Blogs from Chicoana
... the restaurant we went to on the first night also gave us marinated butter beans and aubergine - so tasty. Day 1: Exploring the city. There's some gorgeous church's in the town, painted in brilliant colours, blues, reds, pinks and also painted on windows (this seems to be a common trend in Argentina). The main square had a very European feel, coble streets, lots of cafés and a grassed area in the middle. Great place ...
... property in a city called Chicona where we would dine out on Argentinean steak and go horse riding. Leaving our hostel around midday we were pretty hungry and after the hour drive from Salta we were starving. The area is a huge tobacco growing region and the farmland was filled with crops. The town was still very European despite its semi rural existence. When we arrived we got to try a glass of red which I think was ...
... took us on a bumpy stone road. The varied scenery was some of the best yet including canyons, desert, mountains and finally wide open green fields. After a slight detour and directions off a buck toothed dog we eventually made it to our destination as the sun was setting. We lucked out with some great accommodation then headed out for dinner. We had some fantastic steak then after one last trip to the ice cream parlour headed back ...
Argentina...what a change, motorways, large supermarkets and everyone wears jeans. This is a first world country. No litter, not so much dust and new cars!
Although the food and wine are great the Argentinian attitude to service is strictly South American.
At Salta we say goodbye to one of our travelers and as a goodbye we had an ...
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, ...