Vieja Posada

Address: Calle Diego de Almagro 87, Cafayate, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, A4427ACA, Argentina | Hotel
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          • Swimming pool


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed


          • Continental Breakfast

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          Travel Blogs from Cafayate

          Day 103/164:Stage 81 Bush Camp to Cafayate 64km

          A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Oct 21, 2015

          29 photos

          ... and Nelson - called ourselves 'Two Northern Lasses and their domestiqus'...... - Jo is originally from Nantwich, Cheshire - not that far from Hazel Grove where I was brought up from the age of 5 - also in Cheshire. She emigrated to Australia in her early 20's and now lives (with Nick) in Perth.

          Our challenge was to take a photo of us blending into the scenery, another of one of the team dressed up as a ...

          Ruinen, göttliche Empanadas & wilde Natur

          A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Apr 15, 2015

          10 photos

          ... we take, was no longer to create. On the way back, we stopped before the lookout where we could set up our tent. When we arrived back at the craft shop, we saw an Englishman who has been around for an hour at the car stop. The owner of the craft shop told us that in an hour even a bus would come. We received our luggage and put it on the road. Well, we tried it once with Auto Stop and promptly stopped the first car. The Englishman does not understand the ...

          Cabras and cactuses in Cafayate - Days 31 - 33

          A travel blog entry by kate.alexandra on Apr 06, 2015

          26 photos

          ... arrived at Piatelli, we were really surprised to see a a low-lying, orange/cream building which resembled a Mexican resort rather than a typical bodega. It had water fountains and all! Although the view of the valley was spectacular from the bodega, we were glad that we'd had our smart winery lunch at Nieto Senetiner in Mendoza, which was certainly a much more traditional experience than the fancy fine dining on offer at Piatelli. The tour guide was a bit useless but we ...

          Egypt and the Purpose of Art

          A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Mar 25, 2015

          10 photos

          ... bombs, bacteriological warfare and other progressive horrors, it is self-evident that knowledge is dangerous. It is also self-evident that the ancients possessed no technology capable of unleashing such brutal power. However, if we look more closely at the manner in which we are emotionally and psychologically influenced - which in turn makes predictable the manner in which we will react to given situations - we will see that dangerous knowledge lies ...

          Quebrada de Cafayate & Return to Salta

          A travel blog entry by wineusers on Mar 04, 2015

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          ... up the conversation (again no English) about the state of the world and Argentina. We've heard the same thing from many folks here: the current goverment is terrible and needs to change in November; too many people don't work because they make more money off state assistance than from wages ... particularly for important public services like teachers and police (only about $1,000 per month); water is becoming more scarce, and ...