- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... walking. we stumble across a coffee shop open and grab a coffee and two medialunas. it was a nice coffee before we set off to see if anything was open. No luck with even the main streets completely closed of except the pricey restaurants. the town had a cable car and few treks that could be done, but as it was now 1430, we were pretty over it and ready to head back. we jump in a bus and make it back to cordoba. when we arrived back in Cordoba, we made our way to the ticket ...
... All served with salad and potatoes, washed down with yummy Argentine wine. After dinner the farm owner gave out 3 bottles of Pinot Noir champagne as prizes - Best rider, Best Lassoer and Most improved rider. After being slightly terrified on day one of riding to cantering at the end of day two, Miss Ashka Gough won the award for most improved rider!!!!!!! 6am on the truck and making our way to Cafayate. The wine region of ...
... so we headed there in search of food and shelter!! With the thunder and lightening still above us we gouged on chicken, beef, salad and fries and drank 7up, Agua and beer ?quil . Playing the card game **** head... Which I lost twice!! After about an hour the clouds had dispersed and the blue skies were out... After teasing us with thunder and lightening there were not a raindrop in sight! We walked along the rocks and found ...
... was a walk to the falls, but turned out to be a walk along part of the falls. I was just beginning to comprehend how big they are when I realised that I had still not reached the largest waterfall, the Devilīs Throat. The photo above on the right, which is of the Argentinian side of the falls, shows only a small fraction of what there is to see.
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... some sort of motor.
We also saw pictures of Fidel Castro visiting the same museum, weird to think that Eilidh and I have now walked in both Fidel and Che's footsteps! All in all it was a very interesting experience visiting his childhood home, Viva La Revolution! As for the rest of the time in Cordoba we ...