Alta La Luna

Address: Ruta 40 Km 4326 - 4141 Tolombon , Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ruta 40 Km 4326 - 4141 Tolombon , Province of Salta.
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    A travel blog entry by jo_and_chris on Oct 29, 2014

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    ROAD TRIP! Our new found friends, Jenny and Hugh, hired a car to head down to Cafayate, a town south of Salta that we had already decided was well worth a visit. So with a monstrous sandwich as snacks for the journey, we ventured south along the winding roads through the red sandstone valleys. Along the way there were several interesting rock formations to stop and look at, including one called The Devil's Throat, a huge dried out waterfall. Cafayate is a tiny ...

    Colome day trip

    A travel blog entry by woody0198 on Dec 11, 2013

    ... we didn't like it either, but these people are being good hosts and are sharing what they love, so that's just rude. Anyway, we had a salad (uninspired with lettuce and cheese only) and a sandwich (using typically salty Cafayate ham) and a couple glasses of their mid-range malbec, which was quite good. They offer a tasting of their regular/ low end wines, but, for a handsome sum of $75, you can taste their top of the line stuff- reservas and special 180 ...

    Onwards and forwards...

    A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel on Nov 20, 2013

    After a WEEK of being prodded, poked, examined and undergoing unnecessary surgery, our poor little Burrito is bravely carrying us on with our journey, although still sick. We are now in Cafayate, the new upcoming wine region of Argentina and expect to reach the city of Mendoza in a few days time, where we hope to be able to make the Red Burrito better.

    The grape escape

    A travel blog entry by danarol on Nov 17, 2013

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    ... It also has some of the best vineyards in Argentina. Although the majority of the wine produced in this region is kept in Argentina and none at all is distributed to Europe. The small amount that is exported is sold in Brazil. We arrived in Cafayate after an uneventful bus ride for once, we drove through a barren wilderness with the occasional rock formation and saw nothing much else until we arrived in the sweet little town of Cafayate. The owner of our hostel was waiting at the ...

    Wine, steak and siestas

    A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Nov 16, 2013

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    ... around 30-50%. After having learnt about the fermentation process and seen all the equipment it was time for the tasting - us Brits living up to our reps by asking what on earth was the point in the spit bucket?! Yet to be convinced... Unusally we both agreed that the typical white torrentes wine was the best, Rich is usually a red man.

    After a siesta (tough life) we headed out to try and find the england/ chile ...