Vieja Posada

Diego de Almagro 87, Cafayate, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4427, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cafayate

Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre

A travel blog entry by cerimattrtw2006

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Another full day of buses got us into the small town of Perito Moreno. A one-strip town with more than it´s fair share of gringos (like us, wanting to get to the patagonian peaks). We managed to find the last room in the entire town at the ¨Viejo Bar¨ - a smoke filled pool hall that looked like it had been bombed from the outside. Oh well, it was …

Christmas on the Road

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-

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... yet another opportunity to Nina to make fun of me for some months to come. If it's only temporary distraction or the inexorable advancing age that is starting to take its toll, it remains to be seen; we'll see how many things I lose in the next few months.
And so this Christmas is gone too, a little bumpy but overall enjoyable. We pack our luggage, weighed down by gifts but lightened by my carelessness, and we go in direction of Salta, the largest city in the region which lies a few hours from here. ...

The grape escape

A travel blog entry by danarol

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... is they are so close to the small town and the roads are really quiet so you don't need to dodge much traffic. A one hour ride up one road and you can visit four different bodegas and it's the same story if you go in the opposite direction on the same main road out of town. So after cycling through countless bodegas and sampling a few wines we were hot and tired..."shall we stop off for a wine ice cream?"..."yeah good idea". We went to Heladeria Miranda which is a bit of ...

Day 53 on route to Argentina

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

... market we got a rate of 1 dollar to 9 pesos. This makes everything a lot cheaper. As soon as we arrived arrived at the bus terminal there were people to exchange our dollars with. It was all surprising professional and we checked all our pesos thoroughly to make sure we had no fakes. From the back off the bus station where the money exchanging we were led down to our bus. Finally a decent bus! Full reclining seats and English ...

Cold White Wine

A travel blog entry by burkley

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Today was a half days drive to Cafayate our first wine destination of the trip. Before we arrived in town we stopped through the Quebrada which is a series of amazing rock formations. Over the centuries the sandstone has been weathered to create some unearthly landscapes.

Once we arrived in town we all felt like we were on holidays. It was warm, sunny and there were lots of restaurants to sit and soak in life while enjoying some local wine. It was time ...

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