Bodega La Rosa

Ruta 40 , Cafayate, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Cafayate

Day 322 - 331: A Road Trip Across Argentina

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... ground in tents, we enjoyed the privacy and comfort of our own hotel room. Three whole nights of good sleep, sleep ins and an ensuite. Two girls celebrated their birthday in Salta so it was only fair we celebrated with them. Firstly we started with an extremely, ridiculously, huge, monstrous steak dinner. Alex, Jaco and Steve each ate enough steak for a family of 6. Steak the size of a dinner plate, 2 inches thick. Dave and I had one between us - and still struggled. It was ...

Vineyards, Rain, Rocks and Cacti

A travel blog entry by emandscotty


... but unfortunately I was hit
with gastro/food-poisoning. Being awake all night didn’t seem to matter as the
local disco (it sounded like it was in our bedroom) was pumping until 4am. Unfortunately I wasn't in much of a party mood.

Anyway, things started to get more interesting in Bolivia so
please see the next entry for the salt flats, desert and riding down the world’s
most deadly road.

Love Em and Scotty,

X x x


Colome day trip

A travel blog entry by woody0198

... to drive for a while with few traffic distractions, so I got to take pictures and enjoy the views. The pavement ended after 22 km, so we had 90 km on bumpy, narrow, twisty dirt roads. Some times it was pretty smooth, some times it was washboard, but it always required diligence to avoid rocks, oncoming cars, drainage ditches, and various animals. Anyway, we got all the way to Molinos before we saw much sign of civilization, at which point we were hungry and ...

Road trip from Salta to Cafayate

A travel blog entry by pnbooth


190 from Salta through the. the Lerma and Calchaqui valleys. the first 100 km were through the broad Lerma valley that was marked by dry river beds every few km. the valley is highly agricultural with water coming from a nearby reservoir. unirrigated land was scrub-shrub with occasional saguaro-like cactuses. it reminded us of the yakima valley but much broader and bounded ...

Meat, flowerpots and bicycles

A travel blog entry by alchandler


... He spend the day pushing rocks back and forth between his front paws. He can do it for hours, we tried to feed him leftovers, but he wasn't really interested, he just wanted to play with a rock. The other dog we found was rosa. Rosa chased us on the bikes from one of the vineyards and then just stayed. She would come into the wineries with us, and restaurants. We caught a cab back to the campsite and she still managed to find ...


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