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

Cafayate, Salta, and Tilcara

A travel blog entry by civilgator on Jan 14, 2015

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This is the home stretch in Argentina on my way to Bolivia. I'm in the far northwest, an area of the country that swings from desert to more tropical and back again within a half hour's drive. Mountains are always near, if not under foot. It's made for some amazing scenery. Cafayate was a haul to get to from Mendoza. It took nearly a full day and I was a little burnt out on bus rides by the time I got in. I thought briefly about making a run to the border but I'm pretty much right ...

Missed connections

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Oct 31, 2014

... t want to give us a ticket
and was trying to say it was our fault. The porter joined in the argument and
eventually they gave us a ticket on the next bus but unfortunately that meant 4
hours of filling in time at the terminal here on the edge of Salta. We decided
to book our onward tickets while we were waiting. We left at 5pm for the 4 hour
trip. The disappointing aspect of this was the best part of the trip was the
last ...


A travel blog entry by jo_and_chris on Oct 29, 2014

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... Torrentés. For dinner we stumbled upon a truly authentic Parilla, with a really enthusiastic man at the helm of the grill, getting us to come up and choose the cuts we wanted. The locals were getting steak dinners to take-away, lucky them! More and more meat kept coming our way; sausages, ribs, sirloin, rump, and others we didn't recognise, all cooked over a huge grill just in front of us. It was amazing. So all that for four, including beers, chips ...

Siestas, sumptuous wines, psychotic hostel owners

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jul 26, 2014

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... and before we have gone 50m he has chased us down the street and begins yelling at us, and yelling at locals to help him. When I still refuse to pay him more, and tell him that I have no money anyway, he tries to pry my watch off my wrist! When he sees that we aren't going to budge, he stalks off muttering about the policia, while we head directly for the Cafayate backpackers to seek refuge - we know that it won't be beyond him to gather any friends that he might (unlikely though ...

Day 322 - 331: A Road Trip Across Argentina

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Mar 26, 2014

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... of light. Day one we spent 5 hours riding and day two about 3 hours. The reason our skills improved so quickly was down to the quality of these horses and our need for speed. Riding a quality horse with a professional trainer, giving clear, individual guidance was what made those two days so enjoyable and a highlight of South America. Following a superb lunch on the first day, we pulled up our horses next to the pigs and cows and had multiple attempts at lassoing. That was ...

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