Posada de Luz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Posada de Luz Tilcara
Travel Blogs from Tilcara
... village. The village was quite dusty, since none of the roads were paved. After visiting the local craft shops, we ate at an Italian restaurant for dinner. On our tour through the village, we saw that it was at a restaurant rice pudding for dessert. This we wanted to try and investigated the appropriate restaurant. When we wanted to order, we were told that the rice was not currently on offer. As an alternative, we chose a piece of chocolate cake. This ...
... in a great classical old feeling flash hotel called Solar De La Plaza, and it is really nice place. We did some drinks in the bar, and as seems usual in Sth America, the drinks are accompanied by nibbles of quite generous sizes, and every single wine we have been served has been perfect. We had dinner at a lovely local feeling restaurant, Bartz Tapas Mundials, and it was great. We did the 9 course menu for 2 and for Tapas they where big serves. Super tasty too. We we ...
... nejak strasne dokonaly..nejvic dokonaly.
potkašvame lisku..bystrousku.. prejde namprs cestu..holka divoka.. fotime se..skaceme radoti..juchame..barvy..oranzova..zelen a.. modra..hneda..azurove nebe po nekolikate..ano..teplo..pijeme vodu.. nepotkavame skoro zadne turisty, jen par..je to k nevire.. je to neuveritelny, jak nam to vychazi. jsme blechy stastne. Fotime si kravicky pasouci se..ptacky.. fotime sebe..nekolikrat..jenam teplo..mazeme se kremem.. slunce pali..my s nim..jedeme ...
... the socks are needed... it's starting to get chilly! An early night due to an increasing 2500m headache for Ellie; Chris made the most of his 'free time' by demolishing a packet of Doritos and eating strawberry yoghurt, whilst checking BBC sport - MAN. Up early, we decided that there was only one option, to get on another bus! This was just a day trip and only 20km back south to Purmamarca, an even smaller town where tourists flock to see one thing and one ...
... Maimara looked similar to the pueblos in Peru...tiny homes with mud and clay roofs, handmade stick fences, plastic to cover windows.
Tilcara was smaller than I'd expected. The guidebook and tripadvisor made it sound much bigger and built up than purmamarca. I had the opposite feeling. Of course there are more streets and a lot more people, but it was slightly less touristy than purmamarca. Maybe this was because ...