Hotel De Las Nubes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel De Las Nubes San Antonio de los Cobres
Travel Blogs from San Antonio de los Cobres
... of Catholic wealth! The interiors were amazingly frescoed and you definitely couldn't miss the churches from the street! At sunset we took a cable car up to a hill on the edge of town for views over the city, amazing to see how vast the city was for a concentrated sq mile of centuries old architecture. This morning (12/03) we are up early and heading North to the Bolivian border, hopefully will be in Uyuni late this ...
... cheapest part of the country that we have been to - what's not to love?!
We found the best way of exploring the Salta and Jujuy provinces was by car so for 7 of the 9 days we had here we hired a car and road tripped it.
Salta (day 1)
After another long 17 hour bus ride from Mendoza, we arrive early in the morning in Salta and had the day to explore the town before starting our road trip the next day. Salta is a large town with a small town ...
... to experience the Gaucho culture. Gaucho is the term used to represent what essentially is a cowboy. The ranch was on the outskirts of Salta, about half an hour drive into the surrounding hills. Upon arrival a very large man greeted us with a glass of wine and got started on the Asado. Luke later found out he played rugby for Argentina, although he wasn't convinced. Another huge feast, we felt sorry for our horses as I'm sure we ate half a cow. The chef continued to pile ...
Before arriving in Argentina we had ideas about how we thought Argentinian people would be and how we would be treated, however we were pleasantly surprised when a stranger who we had met on the bus gave us a lift to our hostel and said that if we needed anything whilst in Salta, we could just give him a call. When we arrived at the hostel, we were then moved to a nicer hostel down the road, because they said we would have a better time there. It was run by a couple of ...
... on one side, and lots of restaurants with outdoor seating on the others. We wandered around and found a nice place to sit to enjoy a cold beer, some dinner and to watch the locals. In Argentina dinner time seems to be from 8pm until the early hours of the morning, we saw people walking around slowly looking at the menus at 11.30pm and a sign saying "live music from 00:30". We were happy to kick back, relax and know that we aren't cycling anywhere tomorrow.