Lares de Chacras
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... on the tour having panic attacks on my behalf. I'm on the overnight bus ride now from Mendoza to Tucuman where I plan to catch a short morning bus to Cafayate. It will be the smallest town on my trip yet but I hear the scenery is not to be missed. Most folks on the bus are headed to Salta which is a pretty touristy town just to the north of Cafayate and I plan to make my way up in a couple of days. I probably could have skipped Cafayate after my extra night in Mendoza ...
... are for a different hostel in the chain so we had to walk another ten blocks with our stuff. Not a great start.
We were expecting temperatures of 30 odd degrees but it is overcast and a little chilly. The town itself doesn't seem anything special, and I'm not too sure why it's been bigged up so much. I don't think Rach's ideas of two weeks here are going to go the distance.
... and unique Contemporary Art Museums around the town. This also means that going out til 5 am is an option any night of the week.
Moving onto my final stop in Argentina, Mendoza. It is really all about the (red) wine.
My first day was a record for finding four Museums closed for various reasons, ranging from the Mayor of Mendoza dying (apparently a legitimate reason in two cases), to renovations, to plain not existing ...
... at the Apartment hotel, we were able to check in and get settled. We opted for an apartment rental this time, as hostels are really not our favourite and much prefer the freedom of the hotel apartment and with a only slightly higher price it is not a bad decision.
The city of Mendoza is quite beautiful with stunning tree lined streets. The city suffered a devastating earthquake in 1985, since then the city was been rebuilt with extra wide streets ...
... and Aliza were already sunbathing in the garden. We had a lazy afternoon chilling in the garden and recapping a bit of Spanish. Natalia took us on an orientation tour of the city which ended on the 15th floor of a really nice hotel . We sat outside and ate empanadas and Lara had a submarino ( a glass of hot milk with a chocolate bar you let melt in it) . Just after we arrived back at the house the other 4 housemates arrived, and we had a really nice meal. Misha ...