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Places to stay in Salta Province and San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

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Having finalised ( well almost) our plans to travel from Bolivia into NW Argentina and on to Chile I could do with some suggestions for places to stay in the following towns. For some of them we will probably just find a room on arrival rather than book but it is always nice to have somewhere to head for.

We are heading initially for Salta then a circuit of south of the city taking in Cafayate, Cachi, Chicoana. We may also head north to Purmarca and Humahuaca ( or maybe jump off the bus at these towns on the way down). Any suggestions gratefully received likewise for San Pedro de Atacama.
We stayed at San Lorenzo outside of Salta the last time but want to stay in the city this time.

Any other suggestions for the region will be gratefully received.

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