Hotel De Las Nubes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... LP and our hotel. We ended up a a touristy place on the plaza for... can't remember now, but it wasn't super memorable. We did get a bottle of Domingo Hermanos cab that was remarkable for it's unremarkableness. This is the stuff that DH sells in 2 L jugs for most restaurants to use as their house wine. Fueled and checked in, we went to Salvador Figueroa, Bodegas Hermanos and El Transito. El Transito doesn't export, and their wines were decent, but, ...
... as soon as you say no. There was a market in one of the other plazas so we spent some money on earrings. I have a lot of catching up to do to equal John's spend on the leather coat! I cannot believe the weather. The sky is so blue without a single cloud. 22 today. Had a great meal at the other restaurant recommended by the hotel. We both had cannelloni and salad. They brought big chunks of yummy roasted eggplant and capsicum as a stater with crusty bread. No champagne tonight ...
... and very caring. He said jealous and very sweet. I know it's not a good combination, but they are sweet!!
Apparently the problem here is that women want to marry very soon, when they are 20 to 25, and men don't, so there are many single mothers. I don't know if this is exactly like that, but will find out and let you know!
The main thing I did in Salta was to eat. I had a 350 gr of thick steak I had been dreaming with, as there is no good meet in ...
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 ...
The train to the clouds is called tren a las nubes in Spanish. It is one of the top 10 train journey's in the world. It starts in Salta, which is 1100 meters and ends at 4200 meters. The train cost nearly $200 and started at 700 AM and ended at 1130 PM. The scenery was good, but not great. It covered several bridges and tunnels but none of them were to a grand scale. I got to observe ...