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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Empenadas hatten wir bis dahin noch nie gegessen.
Am späteren Nachmittag besuchten wir das einheimische Weinmuseum. In diesem wurde mit modernen Medien und guten Ausstellungsstücken erklärt wieso die Weine von dieser Region zu den besten der Welt gehören. Anschließend buchten wir noch bei einem Tourenanbieter für den nächsten Tag eine Tour durch die Natur außerhalb von Cafayate. Da Manuela noch ange-schlagen war, ging sie früh schlafen. Ich war noch ...
... and over the striking red rocks and climbing up to a viewpoint of the whole valley where you could marvel at the stream of green colour running between the dusty cliffs. We were also impressed by El Ampiteatro, a naturally formed 'amphitheatre', which according to the guide has 70% of the sound quality of El Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires - there was no orchestra rehearsing so we couldn't compare! Incredible scenery unlike anything we'd both seen before! We had planned ...
Man is the measure of all things. - Protagoras
You asked me how to get out of the finite dimensions when I feel like it. I certainly don't use logic when I do it. Logic's the first thing you have to get rid of. - J. D. Salinger
Phenomena are dual by nature; treble in principle. The vibrating string represents a fundamental polarity: an impelling, masculine force (that which strikes) and a resisting, feminine force (the string). The ...
Overall, we're underwhelmed with the city of Cafayate. It's touristy on the main square and the rest was rather run down and dirty. The hostel we booked was a backpacker flop-house, and despite the high TripAdvisor ratings (apparently from the backpackers), was not very comfortable. So began the search for another place, which we found the next day. Cafayete was a rude awakening after Molinos. On the upside, many wineries ...
After an afternoon watching the dry red desert landscape turn slowly to green, Salta, the biggest city of the north, and our first taste of Argentinian city life, appeared before our eyes. It was a strange sensation. Everything here was familiar yet totally alien. There was the stock standard plaza with high reaching palms and grass your not allowed to sit on, anchored at one end by an iconic ancient church, and surrounded on all sides by cafés spilling ...