Patios De Cafayate Wine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... is tucked up under the bed clothes and as I come back to the room she is setting off to go to breakfast. A shame 'cos don't get much of a chance to chat to her - but at least tonight as we were sorting out our daily and permanent bags, she put the TV on and we watched Parent Trap with Hailey Mills in it - a favourite of mine.......
Not sure in Eric will be continuing with us on the rest of the tour which is a bit of a shock to us all.
... standing to attention before scrambling over a rocky river bed just before the final stretch of our outbound journey. By now weary, we arrived at the Domingo Molina bodega. Set amongst its own vineyards, the winery looked very fine. A line of robust cacti led the way up to the entrance, where we went in and met the woman who works there. In addition to our little group of four, two Londoners (one London-born and the other originally from Barcelona) were keen to see how ...
... with different patches displaying different hues. We saw a woman herding goats across a delta that flowed into a larger river. There was plenty of dropping off and picking up of passengers as we travelled through the red dirt valley. Arriving in Cafayate, with quickly found our picturesque hostel, just a few hundred metres from the main square. The place has a real sanctuary feel to it with cosy bedrooms off a neat courtyard, a vine-hung garden next to the little kitchen and ...
... Salvador de Jujuy.
Ruins, divine Empanadas & wild nature
By bus we drove from Tafi de Valle to Quilmes. In Quilmes there was an old Inca fortress we wanted to visit. From our guidebooks the fortress should be easy to reach from the village.
We arrived in the early afternoon at a small craft shop, which should mark the entrance to the ruins. After the Great backpacks deposit said the owner of the shop, that it is ...
... to be permanently busy, and with meals on offer for only 30 pesos (£2.50) we thought we'd give it a go. The set lunch was chicken thigh and gnocchi in a slightly spicy, tomato sauce - it was pretty tasty. A random observation but one that has been baffling us was that restaurants only serve coke in 1.5 litre bottles - you often see people having a bite to eat on their own, chugging glass after glass of the stuff. Quite strange! We'd read up about the Piatelli vineyard ...