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... for a while. South of the city we found a hill, with a stepped path winding towards the top, and decided to stretch our legs in the sunshine. On our way back downhill we came across a metal door in the rock with a sign saying 'Museo Geografico Einstein'. A handwritten note fixed to the door indicated that the museum would reopen shortly. Peering through the keyhole, we could see some large bones and some display cases, and then we noticed a white-haired gentleman, walking slowly ...
... other end started to rumble she had no choice but to run back inside and make a dash for Jeronimo's toilet! The drive through the Atuel canyon was gorgeous and took a few hours, Jeronimo's car copped a bit of a beating! To top off our visit Jeronimo took us to an empanada shop which sold the best moorish ham and cheese ...
... was to sit back and see where the boat went, leaving us on numerous occasions to slam directly into big rocks in front of us, and, without fail, soaking the unfortunate fool that sat in the front seat. The wetness factor wasn’t helped by the fact that we spent the rest of the time trying to splash, and consequently being splashed by, the other boats.
Finally, after about an hour on the river, we arrived back at camp and peeled ourselves ...
... 8211; I mean really. In the center of the old town is the fabulous Plaza Independencia and four other smaller plazas create a square around it. Think of it as the 5 on a die. Plaza Italia, Espana, Chile and San Martin. Plaza Espana is definitely the most stunning - all decked out in beautiful tiles with a very handsome fountain. Once you can find your way to the plazas you basically have the layout of the city understood. Alan and I used the city ...
... Trapiche, a wine we had been drinking quite a lot of since being in Argentina. We arrived just in time for a tour and tasting. We were taken to the vines and were allowed to try the grape. They were ok but I prefer seedless! Then we went round the old vines press and the vines caves. Finally the tasting, we were given one white Sauvignon and two reds; Merlot and Malbec. They showed us how to look at the colour of the wine, how to swirl it (to bring out the flavours) and ...
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