Confort Hotel

Av. Guemes Norte 232, Cafayate, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4427, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cafayate

The Road to Cafayate with a stop in Tucumán

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... town. When we got back Tom had to catch a bus to Cordoba, but we picked up an American girl called Barbra to replace him. That night we all cooked at the hostel and polished off a few bottles of wine bought from one of the local Bodegas El Trevisto. That night it started snowing in the hils around in town and it was getting rather cold all of a sudden, winter is coming. For our last day in Cafayate we woke to a very chilly day and Lauren, myself and Barbra headed out for a tour ...

44. Cafayate - queso with Kes

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013


... don't know how. Then necessity kicks in and they figure it out! The best bit was trying the cheese and buying a wedge of it for our lunch. In the spirit of relaxing and going with the flow, we decided to do a 46km bike ride. We took a bus one way and cycled back. Along the way we saw some cool rock formations, my favourite being the 'Amphitheatre' which apparently has similar acoustics to the Buenos Aires ...

Christmas on the Road

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... uphill, alongside a ravine, and in the middle of a blind curve. After working for a while with wrenches and hammers, the driver seems to have understood that the problem is in the gearbox: not the best place in the world where to be stuck in second gear. The bus goes blindly back down the steep road in neutral until the road is slightly less steep, we close our eyes to see what's going on and then with a tremendous effort it climbs back up again. Two hours of travel as slow as a ...

The grape escape

A travel blog entry by danarol


For those who know us, you'll know there are two things that we are pretty passionate about and you could say almost religious about when we are at home - exercising and wine, especially red wine. The two things which we have had a distinct lack of up until now on our travels. Cafayate promised both wine and exercise in tandem which seemed like a perfect combination to us. Cafayate is set 1,600 metres above sea level, surrounded by steep mountains and boasts an average of 300 sunny days ...

Steak, wine and we feel fine

A travel blog entry by danarol


... Salta is a beautiful city, its name comes from the Aymara word 'sagta' meaning 'the very beautiful one', it has some of the best preserved colonial architecture in Argentina. We could have easily spent every day sitting in the square drinking Sangria and people watching but then we'd heard about Quebrada de Humahuaca where you get to see some multicoloured mountains and thought this was worth a visit. Quebrada de Humahuaca is a landscape of barren hillsides that ...

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