Portal del Santo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We drove for three hours to the centre of the wine growing region in cafayete. During the drive we headed through some spectacular,ulnar argenitinian mountains. We stopped at a natural amphitheatre called el anfiteatro which was a spectacular natural monument. After lunch we embarked on a wine tour or the local ...
... Carola, our host, was very generous accepting, feeding and watering our canine companion and gave an informative tour and an excellent tasting of 9 wines, happily mainly reds. They were all pretty good and were accompanied by their own goats cheese and walnuts. As the 40 peso price of the tour/tasting was waived with a purchase, we all bought a bottle from about 70 pesos up.
Dragged ourselves away from our ...
Having been a little bit disappointed with Mendoza we thought we'd give Argentina's wine regions another chance and head to Cafayate - the second largest wine region. Plus it had been recommended by a fellow ginger who had been there on his honeymoon, and gingers know what they're talking about. The beautifully scenic bus ride in to Cafayate gave us our first glimpse of exactly what we were looking forward to. A small town set amongst the rolling ...
... one of the reasons it was free it because it was way out of the town center and you make up the costs in cab fares to and from town. However, as you can see in the pictures it wasn't ******* the eyes so we figured we could rough it out here for a few nights. We spent one day just wandering around town and then took a full day tour down to Cafayate which was about 3 hours south of Salta. All of the pics of the rocks/winery were from the day trip ...
... We tested it but the results weren't convincing. Kes liked the 'Garganta del Diablo' (Devil's Throat) which was a big cave with a hole in the top. The ride had some tougher bits but luckily the wind was behind us quite a lot of the way and it was pretty smooth. To reload on carbs after the downhill roll we had some hearty meals - Locro (sweet corn and meat stew) and Revuelto regional (meat omelette on rice). ...