Hotel Manoir Atkinson
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Alazan Pinot Noir 2009- Andy described this as the big brother to Tobiano. More aromatically complex with raspberry, boysenberry, and hints of spice and cocoa. Prominent on the palate, structure turns lush and dawdles. Smooth tannins.
Bayo Oscuro Syrah 2006- Raspberry, cherry and cinnamon with hints of violet aromas. Is that white pepper? Rich, friendly tannins, slight smoke … a memorable wine.
... hostelu, ale víme, ze si musíme vzít autobus, protože je to celkem daleko od centra. Tak nastoupíme do jednoho, na kterém je napsáno ‘Playa Ancha [Anča]’, jelikož na mapě to vypadá, ze hostel je nedaleko a máme štěstí a zaveze nás to celkem blízko. ‘Playa Ancha’ napovídá, ze by jsme měli byt blízko nějaké plaze, ale hostel je v residenční oblasti na kopci, ze kterého je vidět cele město. Vlastně ...
We arrived in the morning about 9am. After waking ourselves up we made our way to the nearest interchange to gather our bearings. In another attempt to save some money we decided to walk to our hostel, armed with only the address of the hostel and our Spanish ability to ask for directions. After 20 minutes of walking, that seemed like an hour with our bags on our backs, we arrived in the area in which we thought the hostel would be. We were looking for a very small alleyway ...
... but we got a
bit concerned as this area began to look fairly seedy. We finally came down to
the flat port area and were very glad to see a safer looking area. We went to
the shopping mall for lunch and then headed up Argentine Avenue where there
were market stalls all the way along many selling second hand clothes off the
ground. We wanted to go up another hill to check out the art work near ...
... recommended lots of restaurants and tourists attractions in town. After the tour we went for lunch at a recommended restaurant which gave us some weird thin strips of beef when we were expecting steak - still nice though, and shows our Spanish still isn't great - before heading to the far end of town. Here we got a funicular into a district recommended for street art since a government scheme had sponsored artists to ...