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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews La Posadita Tilcara
Travel Blogs from Tilcara
... the Zimbabweans gave to us by picking us up, but instead in Argentina. He couldn't speak a word of English and us Spanish, which made for a very quiet journey. Nevertheless, he was very thankful when we dropped him off an hour and half later! The drive was breathtaking to and from the salt flats, we got up to 4170m. We were able to look down on the winding road we had just taken all the way to the bottom. You could feel the altitude when you got out the car ...
... mezzo al nulla per non ben precisati problemi meccanici, e una fila interminabile e senza apparente motivo alla dogana. Ci sembrava appropriato cominciare un nuovo anno con un nuovo Paese.
Gli ultimi giorni del vecchio anno li abbiamo passati a Tilcara, un paesino molto pittoresco a qualche ora dalla frontiera e immerso nella splendida Quebrada de Humahuaca, una serie di canyon e vallate colorate che ricordano molto Cafayate, il posto dove abbiamo passato il Natale. Dopo ...
Next trip to Humahuaca!! Passing san salvador de jujuy which is supposed to be not worth visiting, purmamarca where the 7 coloured mountains are, humahuaca itself for lunch and a walk round town, a church in uquia, the tropico de capricornio, tilcara but the ruins (pucara) are closed on monday, and last stop for me Maimara. We are going up to 3000m today, maybe i will start on the coco leaves :-).. And the tour begins... Some facts i ...
<Guest Post by Alice>
Sandra and I made it to Tilcara, Northern Argentina, yesterday evening. It's a tiny town, nearly at the border of Bolivia and it's dusty and remote and reminds me a lot of Senegal.
This morning we slept in, happy to have a room all to ourselves for just 7 dollars a person. We were slow to get started but eventually took a walk around the town and climbed a ...
... of rather expensively but unconvincingly re-constructed ruins, you've kind of seen them all. We tried valiantly to be enthusiastic, but ultimately it became clear that it was just too hot, and smelt too much of llama. No really. In the afternoon, we went to the famous museum where they display the only other perfectly preserved Incan mummy besides those we'd seen in Salta. Imagine our disappointment when, in the case intended for the mummy, there was just a small, ...