Hotel De Las Nubes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... to go next! I am thinking that it may be better to stay in Salta and take day trips to the places I want to see rather than keep moving. Firstly there are lots of tours available and secondly the hostel I am in is nice and cheap, and what I pay for tours will save me on bus fare and more expensive accommodation. I decide to do the Cachi tour first and see how that goes. Back to the hostel for a quick drink at the bar and get ready for my 7.15am pick up. Long ...
... Museum, which had been recommended to us by a couple of other people we had met along the way. It turned out to be pretty amazing and one of the best museums we have ever been to. The main focus of the museum is its three mountain mummies, the perfectly preserved remains of three Inca children sacrificed to the Gods.
A film at the beginning of the exhibition shows the excavations at Mount Llullaillaco, the highest volcanic peak in Argentina. The Andean mummies (over ...
... couple of other travellers that the bus was running an hour and a half late. And so everyone settled on the dusty road and got comfortable (ish) for the next 1.5 hours which turned into 2. When the bus finally did arrive we drove about 2 minutes and then we all had to get off again as we were at the Chilean border and had to get our passports stamped, for some reason this then took an hour or so- the majority of that time was spent just outside the bus waiting ...
The intention was to set off at 8am, but we eventually got going around 8.45. I drove out of town until we reached a petrol station, where we filled up the tank, and then Mairead took over.
We tried to follow the instructions and map we had been given to get on to the correct highway, but we were lost within five minutes. We had completely missed the turning to take us north and were now heading south … not a great ...
... a provincial capital and pronounced HooHooi. The approach to Salta was via a dual carriageway and then suddenly the city opened up below us and we plunged down a hill and into the bus station.
Hotel Antiguo Convento was a lovely haven of peace with cool courtyards, a small pool and a nice spacious bedroom, just the job for a week's stay. It was near the Central Square and several restuarants and, moreover was quite ...