Patios De Cafayate Wine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... national holiday! They did at least recommend another hostel which seems even better, for the same price, being El Balcon Hostal. We enjoy a lazy day wandering the town's artesanal and craft stores, and relaxing in the beautiful park, before meeting some lovely new people over dinner - Jack, Ross, and Amelia (all English). The behaviour of the hostel owner, which was initially somewhat friendly, was beginning to get more erratic and unusual - unusual statements and body language, ...
... a cook book for feeding 25 and a book about South America. If local guides aren't an option, that makes for a pretty good second. Sixteen people between the ages of 18-30 set off for our first night of this 21 day leg up to La Paz, Bolivia.
After one night in the university town of Cordoba we moved onto the Estancia, translating to Farm Stay, we spent three nights there camping. The Anglo Argentine Estancia is located east of the Andes in the centre of Argentina. The ...
Our flight tonight for Iguazu isn't til late, so we had a bit of time to knock around Cafayate some more before driving up to the airport in Salta town. We actually made it down for breakfast again, and then went in search of some packing supplies for our wine. I was really hoping to not buy any wine here, because it's such a hassle to travel with, but after our blending lab in Mendoza, where we picked up two custom blended bottles, we were over ...
... in Cafayate and famous for its wine ice cream. We tried the Torrontes and the Cabernet, it was more like a sorbet and a lot stronger than we expected. In fact it was just like a frozen glass of wine served on a cone. It went down a treat but we couldn't decide which we preferred so kept swapping with each other until they were finished. We mentioned goats cheese as well and one of the best meals we have had for a while was a goats cheese and walnut salad made by Caz. Even for me it was ...
After enjoying a sleep in for my birthday, Matthew gave me my two cards to open before cooking me poached eggs. To make the morning even more special he opened a bottle of Chandon sparkling we had bought in Bolivia making it a champagne birthday breakfast.
By mid morning everyone had dressed up in their nicest outfits and we set off for a day of wine tasting. First stop was Bodega Domingo Hermanos down the road. The setting was stunning with ...