Portal del Santo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... jokes that are more offensive than joking, before heading downstairs to 'rap', 'beatbox' and 'sing' with the speakers maxed out!
The following day Casey and I visit the Vitivinicultura Museum. Starting out strangely, with huge poems instead of information on the cultivation of grapes and production of wine, it eventually turned out to be an excellent and hugely informative museum! We headed back to the hostel, where Chris and Ally had just arrived! We spent the afternoon ...
... farm has been in this particular Argentine family for four generations and is a working cattle ranch, farming the prized Argentine Aberdeen Angus cattle.
The terrain and stonework looked similar to that of an English countryside. The main purpose of the stay here was horse riding, as it is for all guests staying at the farm. The farm offers luxury accommodation options for those coming to the horse estate privately. At first, I was a little worried it would be a repeat ...
... anyway. We were up to six now, and done tasting. We went to the libreria which is kind of an all purpose crafts/ stationery/ home goods store. But, they had everything we needed, after waiting in line for about 1/2 hour and conducting my most error-free transaction in Spanish yet. All packed up and checked out, we decided to try two more wineries before lunch. J. Mounier aka Las Nubes is tucked at the base of the mountains on the end of the ...
... They were hand-wiping the dust off the bottles and putting labels on manually, both of which looked very laborious. The french group that was on the tasting with us did not have good impressions of the wine, and we agreed. For dinner we stopped by one of our hotel's recommendations at El Barco. I think we both had steaks and a decent wine. The server was very good and hospitable and he was playing some great blues music (from an online blues music ...
... the best meals we've had and no steak was involved! We went to the goats cheese farm up the road to buy some which normally involves a little tour around the farm and you get to try lots of different flavoured cheeses. We didn't get to do the tour as the day and time we visited the farm, without exaggerating, there were around 70 kids, two bus loads full in fact. To make it worse we had tried to visit the farm earlier but there was an impromptu siesta in effect. The place is normally ...