Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The 8 hour bus drive to Mendoza was spectacular, as it crossed over the Andes at points up to 3500m high. The border crossing actually took place up in the mountains...spending an hour doing the usual sniffer dog luggage checks in 5 degrees mountain air, wearing summer clothes was not our favorite moment.
Once in Mendoza we immediately moved on to Maipu, which is where all the vineyards are and the famous ...
... a bit of mouth moving and clapping, All in all it was a great night... tooo much wine, cocktails and some after dinner drink which I had no idea what it was but by then everything was tasting good. On our walk back to the hotel at midnight the streets were full of people dining and walking, there was music blarring from each restaurant, amazing atmosphere. One particular nightclub went until 5am, we could hear it.
When you think Argentinian wine you instantly think Mendoza - granted. However, there are other smaller, less commercial wine regions in Argentina - one of which is Cafayate. Situated 4 hours south of Salta, and standing over 3500 metres above sea level, Cafayate is a small town serious about wine. I met a group of like minded **** heads ...
... day I came to the realisation that I still had 2000 pesos to get rid of, with my black market exchange rate this left me with roughly 90 pounds after a bus ticket and lodging, if you weren´t aware this is an extremely difficult amount of money to get rid of in one day here, but somehow I managed (nearly). For some reason I made my way out of the hostel at 8am, and after a small shopping spree in the town centre I located a mountain (see ...
... to maneuver. Many places on the mountain were only one lane, so Eldon had to drive with great caution. But the scenery was breathtaking—such steep, green, clouded and misty mountain slopes.
Once we got down the mountain we saw several tobacco fields and corn fields. This region is also known for it's wine production. We haven't seen any vines yet, but I'm sure we will.
We drove directly to our hotel, checked ...