Bodega La Rosa

Address: Ruta 40 , Cafayate, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ruta 40 , Cafayate.
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Travel Blogs from Cafayate

An Afternoon at the Bodega

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 04, 2015

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... wasn't able to join us because she is preparing for a New Zealand job interview. Hester is an Art teacher in Switzerland. She is originally from the Netherlands and fluently speaks Dutch, Swiss German, German, and English. Her Spanish and French aren't too shabby either. Not far out of town, we turned left and found ourselves on a long, straight avenue, flanked by mature, deciduous trees, which looked very French and very beautiful. After a few hundred metres walking ...

Sand Storm

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 03, 2015

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... conditions. In terms of niche trivia, we learned that wines that are set to be drunk within a couple of months of being bottled are given shorter corks than wines that are likely to be left to age. On our way back to the hostel, we stopped off to sit in the main plaza in the sun. We returned to the calm of the garden to drink some tea and make some calls next to the furrier of the cats that lives here, who was curled up on the outside ...

Ruinen, göttliche Empanadas & wilde Natur

A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Apr 15, 2015

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Mit dem Bus fuhren wir von Tafi de Valle nach Quilmes. In Quilmes gab es eine alte Inka Festung die wir besuchen wollten. Aus unseren Reiseführern sollte die Festung vom Dorf aus ganz einfach zu erreichen sein.
Wir kamen am frühen Nachmittag bei einem kleinen Handwerksladen an, der den Eingang zur Ruine markieren sollte. Nach dem deponieren der Großen Rucksäcke sagte der Inhaber des Ladens, dass es nun noch fünf Kilometer zu laufen sei bis zur Ruine. ...

Cabras and cactuses in Cafayate - Days 31 - 33

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

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... in the form of two sorbets, Torrentes and Malbec flavours. Yum. We ate at the famous La Casa de las Empanadas, where we ate... empanadas, of course. We tried all 12 varieties and washed these down with the house Torrentes. Locals tend to eat empanadas with refreshing white wine, rather than rich red. Since Cafayate is at 1600m, the temperature really drops at night and so we found ourselves slightly chilly in bed for the first time since leaving the UK. Day 32 - After ...

Eclipse and Apocalypse: Mind is Matter

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 02, 2015

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... and reciprocally reinforce each others’ trauma, it is called “collective psychosis.”

Ours is an extremely dangerous time. Jung said, “…the future will be decided neither by the threat of wild animals, not by natural catastrophe, nor by the danger of world-wide epidemics, but simply and solely by the psychic changes in man. It needs only an almost imperceptible disturbance of equilibrium in a few of our rulers’ heads to plunge the world ...

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