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... that caters for skiers and our guide announces that in the town we can hire boots,coats,gloves and scarves for the journey .The sun is shining brightly and I am feeling warm in my short sleeved shirt and I asked the guide was this necessary.
“Oh yes” she says excitedly “The temperature today will be about 3 degrees and the first snow has fallen”.
I had bought a fleece and had hiking boots and I looked at my new French lab ...
... the home town of Gonzalo, a friend of Idan. Here we experienced the true rhythm of Argentina. Friday night for food around 22, then continue with some drinks. Saturday asado in the mountains. Gonzalo´s family has a house in the mountains close to Cordoba. The location is amazing! Great view over the mountains and next to an amazing river. We drink, swim and eat the whole day. In the evening we are back in Cordoba and ...
... in dulce de leche, a special caramel sauce that is served everywhere. Oh, and then we had coffee and cookies. We didn't return to our hotel until almost 4:30. Once again, stuffed and satisfies.
We may attend tonight's tasting here at Club Tapiz but will certainly skip dinner. It's gonna be a rough return to the gym in January and tomorrow we have to do it all again but at different wineries.
PS. We're struggling to upload all the photos. More to come.
... s and bars to keep anyone entertained while the tree lined streets and parks add to the city's beauty. Later that evening we spoilt ourselves to a beautiful dinner. We sat to eat around 9.30 pm and ************e was at the restaurant. By 11 pm the restaurant was full. It was both weird and interesting to experience dinner on Argentina time. Our final day the weather wasn't too flash. We initially had planned to spend the day at General San Martin park ...