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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We took a 3 hour local bus to the small town of Cafayate, a town surrounded by vineyards and mountains. Just stunning. We were staying at Rusty-K right in the centre of town. The hostel was our best yet, with a massive courtyard in the centre of the hostel with it's very own vineyard. Our booking hadn't registered for some reason but this was a bonus as we got bumped up to a double en suite, only paying for shared bathroom :-) The hostel had the cutest dog too. It ...
... spot at the top of the valley to grab lunch as already getting on for 2pm. We’d passed our destination on the way, a swanky new finca, and seen how much doubling back we would have to do to arrive at the main entrance so we hopped the fence!
Lunch was in full swing and the place was packed, amazingly so considering the size of the village. Having sampled the menu quality and prices I can understand ...
... narrow streets and cobbled pedestrian alleys - very easy to wonder around and whittle the day away.
Museo de Arqueologia de Alta Montana (MAAM) - a really interesting insight into Incan culture, it was created after 3 mummies of Incan children were discovered in 1999 near the summit of Mount LLullaillaco (the third highest active volcano in the world at 6,739m). The children were buried alive with other statues and objects in a ...
... vineyards everywhere you looked. This is what wine country is supposed to be like. First night and we thought we'd dive straight into the wine at a local place called Chato's Wine Bar (which again came highly recommended in the Ginger Guide). It was a tiny little bar run by a guy in his 60s called Chato (unsurprisingly). What he didn't know about wines from the area wasn't worth knowing. We happened to be the only people there so got a private lesson ...
... here. Upon arrival, we decided to explore the city. Like all South American towns, the Plaza del Armas plays a central role in the city's main attractions. Cafés, bars, museums and churches line the streets of the plaza. After a bite for breakfast we decided to head to a supermarket to get our supplies for the week. Along the way we passed through the Sunday markets, past more old churches and buildings and groups of the older generation sipping on their cups of ...