Estancia El Bordo De Las Lanzas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Estancia El Bordo De Las Lanzas Salta
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... the next 36 hours in bed replacing fluids lost and taking 3 lots of antibiotics to kick what I now believe was giardia.Thursday August 21st Salta. Spent the day in bed and Wayne ventured out for food only.Friday August 22nd. Feeling very weak we took the hop on bus tour of Salta which was a gentle way to see the sights without much effort. Saturday August 23rd Salta to Cordoba . Overnight bus arriving early in the morning. Being unwell not much to say about this part of the ...
... battle during the Spanish War of independence the advancing Spanish having superior numbers of men and weapons,expected a quick and decisive victory over the separatists,they were dismayed however when they arrived close to the gorge that the separatists did not have the small army that they were expecting,what they saw in the distance were thousands and thousands of men and instead of putting up battle they fled and were pursued and a famous victory was won.Little ...
... closed..ok..begged them again..asked the others who were helpful but..no use to us..so we said we will come back.. god..drove to Huamauacy..stopped at the police station..they were kind..it was like from a movie.. genuine female officer completed a document for Veru to drive without driving license.. other officers stamped it.Kept their distance but very helpful. Went for a walk..the vibe did not excited us..something bit ...
... was lovely. We then said goodbye to most of the group who were staying overnight in a small town and then 6 of us headed back to Salta which took 3 hours, not before stopping in another town square for half an hour! A very very long day and in hindsight definitely not worth it but got to meet some some lovely new people (including an older American lady who was really loud at the beginning but turned out to be really sweet) and ...
... assembly line efficiency while some local musicians serenade you then pass the hat.
Our next stop was the little village of Uquia where we visited the little 17th century church, Templo de la Santa Cruz y de San Francisco de Paula de Uquia. The most unusual feature of this church was the paintings of angels; if not the only, probably almost the only paintings of angels holding firearms. In this case arquebuses. They didn't allow pictures inside the church so I ...