Casa Real Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the country. A full day of wine tasting was on the agenda, including a ridiculously posh lunch at a high class winery on top of the hill, overlooking the surrounding vinescape. A few malbecs and at least one torrontos I fell for, but the day was far from over. In the town square there was a free wine tasting going on, mainly for the locals, with half a dozen or so wineries represented. And so, I got to practice my tounge, both for tasting and for ...
... up, but I have to say, I think you're pouring drinks a little strong." "Well, I've seen the way you drink, so I'm not surprised you think so. Just put it down to shaky hands." "No, I'm serious. I'm the manager here and you have to respect my wishes." We looked at each other in silence until the Argentine, the one who had been talking with the girl Daria came in. "Looks like your Daria just got freed up," I said. "Oh excellent," said the Englishmen, turning to go. "Look, ...
... made it to San Pedro de Atacama we were tired and grumpy. It had been a long day on the bus (over 15 hours), and when a guy offered to take a group of us to his hostel we were too tired to resist. We were skeptical though, especially when we got there and he said "oh there's a room over the road for you," And I thought "right, in the rape dungeon? Where's my leatherman..." Needless to say we were not forced into a rape dungeon and I'm alive writing this ...
... 1103; от други 93; город 86;в Арген 90;ины, котор 99;е мы видел 80;. Улицы кишат турис 90;ами и ...
From here we negotiated our 18th border crossing, into Argentina at Villazon/La Quiaca. Now this, by all accounts, should have been relatively simple in comparison with the bureaucracy-laden border posts we have encountered thus far. So much for that! Not that we actually had any problem, but we did have to stand in a queue for almost 3 hours in the blazing sun behind a bus- load of backpackers, who were having every single item of their not ...