Patios de Cafayate Hotel & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Cafayate
... us how it works as a natural water filter, at least that's what we think he was telling us. From there we went to an area called the castles, which is a series of tall cliffs that do actually look a little like castles. There is also a river with a soft bottom that we walked through and every now and then you sink up to your knees. Our next stop was the highlight of the tour. We went for a 40 minute walk around a gorge with different coloured hills, and one area had different ...
... generally, our money's stays locally. After 12 days of decreasing the countries cattle population and liquidating the grapes off the vines we are ready to move on to Chile, and it actually IS CHILLY!
... vinicola dell'Argentina; speravamo di poter passare la vigilia di Natale con l'annesso cenone in uno dei tanti vigneti che circondano la cittā, ma essendo una festa familiare la maggior parte dei vigneti e dei ristoranti saranno chiusi. L'unica nostra opzione č un ristorante, peraltro molto carino, sulla piazza principale del villaggio. La vigilia di Natale l'abbiamo passata ad assaggiare vino in alcune delle pittoresche “bodegas” dei dintorni, dove il vino che la fa da ...
... For the amount of driving we did and the chance to get a small bit of the good stuff, it seemed worth it. The hostess (cannot remember her name now!) gave a wonderful description of the wines, and mentioned that the reserva (2 years on oak) was a small 8,000 bottle run and not available to many distributors. Same with the Autentico, made without oak and unfiltered. And, they were available at the winery for $30 a bottle instead of $100 back home. Sold. ...
... of that idea, though. He just laughed at me. Go figure.
Since this is Inca territory we were introduced to part of the Inca belief system. Among Inca dieties Pachamama is the earth goddess. At the beginning of a trail or some significant spot on a trail a stone cairn, called an apacheta is begun. As travelers pass that spot they add a rock to the pile as an offering and chant a little chant to Pachamama for happiness and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet