Hotel Casablanca,Spa & Wine
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Was able to share the Cab Ride. with an Couple from Mitaflores to the Airport and Arrived there at 7:30 for my 9AM departure.
The Peru CAA is an impossible monster not very difficult for GA even if one would use an professional Handling Service which Charge an outrageous Fee and I therefore did not use anyway.
not only is it Difficult to …
Jan. 24, Friday:
We left the hotel at 4:30. Our plane was on time, and we arrived in Santiago, Chile around 10:00. We were met by Jose, the owner of "Uncorked" wine tours of Santiago. We has a fabulous day of seeing the beautiful Casablance Valley, and three vineyards:
Kingston Family Vineyards ...
Its another Barne family guest blogger.... This time Anthony Barne is up to write about wine (of course)!
Itīs unthinkable to go to Chile and not to visit a vineyard, the countryside is just covered with vines and we got thirsty just looking at them. So today we were whisked off by Willie and Magda to Loma Larga in the Casablanca Valley. If there ar elots of vines in Chile, here there is nothing else and we had a bit of trouble finding the right ones, but ...
... sort out more planning re: Australia, given we’ll be there in a few days and other than some time in Sydney we’ve got nothing else planned at all! We explore the town a little, work out how the collectivos work (they’re basically shared, fixed-fare taxis), and look at some of the street art. We’re actually a little disappointed by the place – given what we’ve been told, we expected more, but it really doesn’t appear to be ...
to visit this winery was very impressive as it is 100% organic wine no chemical pure nature!
and here are some examples how they do it to keep the balance in the grapevines:
- chickens eat the worms (similar to reblaus) that kill the grapes
- a small ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking