Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it in front of you. There was no saying no, especially not to the wine. "You don't like my wine?" the ranch owner, Enrique, pouted when someone tried to say she'd had enough. Her glass was quickly refilled. Enrique was the perfect host and also a stand-up comedian, waxing poetic about all manner of subjects in a disjointed mix of Spanish and English as he downed wine glass after wine glass. We drank a lot but there was no keeping up with ...
Unfortunately our time had to come to an end in Cafayate and we are on our way to join our friends, Vicki and Kerrie that we met in Puerto Natales in Salta. We got on an early morning bus and while driving out of town remembered we had left our goats cheese and Chris's soap dish at the hostel. Bummer! It wasn't long until we were in Salta and once we had said hello to the girls and settled into the hostel we found out the border crossing from here to ...
I arrived in the city 27 hours after leaving the wetlands, so was very tired. That didn't stop me however in the afternoon from climbing 1021 steps to view the city! Along the route were places of worship where people placed candles and read out ...
... to see or do, just as we wanted.
We found a very nice hostel just outside the city and at the foot of the mountain that overlooks it; the owner is a very nice Israeli guy who rents a few rooms in the beautiful house where he lives with his argentinian wife. We spoiled ourselves with the luxury of a nice room with a TV and a nice view over the city, and above all with a swimmingpool where to seek ...
... a gorge with loads of those colourful mountains) and the towns/wine region of Cachi or Cafayate. We did, however, feel quite "toured-out" at this stage (early pick ups, fixed itinary, many hours on buses), that we decided to simply spend the two days sleeping in and walking around Salta. So on day 1 we did exactly that. Luckily, our accommodation offered the best breakfast of our trip so far: Fresh juice and fruit salad, warm bread and media lunas ...