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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we quickly headed back to the main road and headed south to the Mevi vineyard for lunch. We had been given deal voucher with the cycle hire that would get us two pasta dishes and bottle of wine for 140 pesos. It was a warm day so we sat out on the terrace with nice views of the mountains beyond all the vines in front of us. Being a warm day, and having chosen a four cheese sauce for the pasta, we decided on a bottle of white wine. We had never heard of the grape before but decided ...
... We made friends with Momo the hostel cat who seems to like cuddles.
Our first day we went to the Alta Montana, a classic tour that many tourists do. It takes you along the road to Chile, which is very scenic, right up to the border and then back again. Our first stop was at Uspallata, a small town that looked like it belonged in Switzerland. We stopped in a coffee shop that was in a little wooden chalet. We had hot chocolates and ...
... smelly products such as disinfectant, air freshener and incense (certainly did me!) that destroy people’s tastebuds/palate?
Was a cold grey day so had had enough by now and got the bus back – needed to change money, book a bus ticket and do some shopping for dinner – found a cheese shop with nothing decent except parmesan so had a hunk of that with tapenade and ...
... restaurant and as he has called ahead on our behalf, we are treated to free cocktails and desserts. The Argentinians do meat very well and if I've ever had a better steak in my life, I'm not sure where because the meal was right out of the top drawer. The next day Karen talks me into going horse trekking. Having never ridden a horse before I'm slightly anxious as the day begins and upon arrival at the ranch on a sunny but fresh morning we are treated to some ...
... go down to Bariloche as I had missed it on the way down south and it was only another 18 hr journey - why not! The Punto Urbano Hostel was ok, fantastic breakfast, big kitchen with lots of utensils but as there were lots of guests it did get a bit messy at times. My room was ok, needed a little tidy up and maintenace and the shower had no water pressure at all. The staff were great, really friendly and helpful so all in all an ok place not the best or worst I have stayed ...