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
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... acts as a little community for backpackers all on the same vibe. With an array of activities on hand, it was difficult to sit still prior to someone offering an invitation to play a game of table tennis or water volley ball, which were gladly accepted. At one point while Claire was looking for a drink at the bar, she asked who was working behind the bar, to which the 4 guys in the pool responded that they all were. It seemed like an easy job.
In the evening ...
... that geologists must be a strange bunch of people and probably not the types you would want to go and have a Sunday pint with. Always willing to be educated I thought that this might open my eyes to geology and perhaps spark an interest or a new hobby?I can report back and say that it did not,but the trip was not totally without its merits and it is probably worth telling you a little about the area.
The gorge is situated in the North West of Argentina ...
... a salt flat - the Jujuy Salinas Grandes. Having been to the Bolivian salt flats, this one was much smaller and dirtier and not a patch on the Salar de Uyuni. We hadn't realised unfortunately that his tour went to a salt flat as we wouldn't have booked it. The good thing about it was that we had lunch there and they gave us chicken salad and fruit salad. It was such a treat to have salad, rather than more bread as that's all we ...
... the day slowed down. We walked around town on the quiet Sunday afternoon, stopped for dinner and took the bus back. Another chill day. Today we leave Iquazu to Salta which will be my last destination in Argentina. It was also the first destination in Argentina, but this time we are renting a car to drive to surrounding towns. That should be pretty fun. I will tell you why in my next blog.
... into the next Venezuela. Of course, Argentineans like their freedom so they are rising up against her. I will explain more about this issue in later entries. The next day I felt exhausted from the constant traveling, but I knew I had to push myself to see the city of Salta. I headed to the main plaza and visited the grand pink and creme colored church which was accented by the beautiful blooming flowers surrounding it. Next I visited the Cabildo ...