Hotels and Cities

This was a biking a 350 miles biking trip offered by Redspokes and they did a great job

And how is that for a hotel: Termes De Reyes: fine dinning, mineral springs and pool, great rooms, and in a very cool location. see it as the end


We started the adventure in Salt Argentina and it is a great town


with much art, many museums and outdoor concerts.  We stayed at the KKala boutique hotel and it was awesome

Look at our bedroom and bathroom awesome


From here we moved to the center city to the Design Suites hotel and it also was awesome with its workout facility, fine dinning and art collection


Dining was great 


In Salta we walked the many parks and went to some great church that were incredible

From here we were transported to an old railway station

we we rode to and stayed in a Vineyard called Cafayate Wine resort and it was awesome with it pool and views

Views of the vinyard

From here we rode to Hotel Finca in Angastaco and it was in the middle of nowhere with its own church and vinyard museum below.

our room and Arden taking in the scenery above and the church and below

from here we rode into Cachi and stayed in a very nice hotel called “Hoel Boutique El cortijo

and they had amazing art and an open air feel about it

We dined out in the town and it was great 

From Cachi we rode and  stayed in a remote colonial town with traditional weaving.  The hotel “El REfugeio Del Pintor “was very nice with a fire pit and nice place to sip drinks

and the town was filled with art

 and the population went to work on horses yea this is awesome

from here we traveled to Hotel “Casa De Adobe” and it was just perfect in location, food, room and everything. They had a sauna in he room and an outdoor concert pavilion for music


WE rode and hiked here and the sights were amazing

From here we traveled to a great hotel called Termes De Reyes and we did not stay here but it was awesome: the food the ambiance and it was perfect after riding through rainforests on big hills The food was excellent




Ok this is where the trip ended and here is a gallery of shots along the way