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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... recommended to us-trapiche. It was a little out of the way but we made it there in time for a tasting. We bought a bottle of wine and when they brought it to our table it was accompanied by 3 other nearly full bottles. The guy walked off which basically meant free wine.
We drank out on the balcony and before if we knew it the place was closing and we had drunk 4 bottles of our own wine and stolen a bottle of champagne that the ...
... about to explore what the northern region of Argentina had to offer. Although a smaller town, we still had to do a lot of walking as our hostel wasn't in the best of locations. We did find a gourmet-food vegetarian restaurant, Chirimoya, which served up the best lunch of the trip so far. Fed and recharged we continued to explore the town and got a cable car which took us to a viewpoint overlooking Salta. We timed it so that we could catch the sunset, but ...
... over and over again to call him if we had any trouble with the bikes....so we were obviously going to have some trouble then!!!
Stopped off for some alfajores and then cycled off to the wineries for a tour and some tastings. When we got back to the hostel we headed straight for the pool where we joined Sinead, Paul and Ian (who we met previously in Bariloche) for a nice chilled bottle of white wine and some ...
... to sober us up a bit before we took the bus make to Mendoza. The sun was scorching and the 37 degrees heat certainly got to your head. He also gave us a bottle of cabernet sauvignon when we left as a thank you for choosing his company which was produced just a few meters from his rental shop. We caught the bus back to Mendoza and one of the sister/brother hostels were putting on the BBQ party. We decided to join in as we couldn't be bothered too cook and heard it was ...
... hostel. One would then follow us everywhere, our personal guide.
This is one of the most beautiful places we visited in Argentina. Very sanctuary, serene and untouched. People who worked there (two really friendly Argentine men) were one of the genuine I met in our travels. Once we arrived we asked if we could go on a horse-riding trip, thinking there will be group of us. It was me, Kata and a gaucho.
Kata never sat on a horse, maybe like a child but not ...