Patios de Cafayate Hotel & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Cafayate
... friend Tom who had also just arrived. Having checked in and tried to pat the numerous cats that were majorly spooked by people, we headed into town. By the time we reached the square we both knew this was a town we would like, it helped it was warm and sunny. That night we went to a cool little restaurant, El Hornokie, with the three English, and every time the old waiter came to ask what we wanted, we all sat speechless as we tried to understand his Spanish. Over dinner last night ...
... when we all went for a pee behind the mounds of dirt or the bak of the truck. Normally we would run back to the truck, but running for a few metres felt like a heart attack followed by a splitting headache and then very tired. Neither Dave or I were actually sick so that was a relief.
We've learnt so much about the country, from locals in small villages like Cafayate, to the Estancia and large cities like Bunous Aires. After 12 days in Argentina, we have fallen ...
... dove passare i prossimi giorni.
Cafayate è un paesino sperduto in mezzo ai monti e circondato da vigneti e pittoreschi canyon. Non proprio un brutto posto dove passare il nostro Natale in viaggio, anche se a dire il vero di atmosfera natalizia ce n'è ben poca: trentacinque gradi e un sole da far spavento. Di alberi di Natale nemmeno l'ombra, al loro posto un cactus che abbiamo decorato con un po' di cianfrusaglie comprate in un piccolo negozio del paese. Per quanto riguarda ...
... started with a tour of the museum on site, which is a personal passion of Donald Hess, the owner of the winery. It's an "installation" of light and space and is an enormous investment in real estate for what you get. I guess I'm not much of a modern art person. Kudos to Mr. Hess for putting his money where his mouth is though. Apparently an american couple came last week and, after touring the museum, stated it was "just ****" and left without even tasting the ...
... toward the Calchaqui valley-- home of the Torrontea grape and an ever more affluent wine region of Argentina. The last 50 km or so of this route were nothing short of incredible. the geology of the region is so varied and tortured that the scenery changed dramatically from one kilometer to the next. from highly eroded spires and crags to slot canyons to slabs of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet