- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... either side. We'd been recommended a museum to visit and after a long drive down an unsuspecting road we came across this very fancy looking vineyard that happened to have a gallery exhibiting the works of American artist James Turrell. All of the work was centred about light and space which suited the surroundings perfectly. Our favourite piece was a series of rooms which used the natural light from outside (filtered through coloured panels) to put different ...
... the city again and relax before I head off to Buenos Aires. I bought my ticket and jumped on the bus. Vale had gone to Potreillos the night before so she jumped on as the bus pulled into the town (if you can call it that as it is basically just a few shops). We got of the bus in Las Vegas and Ivan was waiting for us to give us the key to the cabin. We bought some food for an asado but we were both too tired. We ended up having a sort of rice soup that Vale cooked which was ...
... approach to life and it is highly infectious.
Taking a video of the whole experience was a young Chilean man called Andries Fritz a mix of indigenous mum and German dad.A Colombian couple and a young couple from Buenos Aries completed the count of our little group,all of us on this excursion for the same reason to witness the majesty of the Andes mountains.
The Andes run down the Western spine of South America forming a border of rock that protects ...
... into in Santiago - it's these times you realise pretty much everyone is doing the same route. It was tonight that it finally hit home that Germans are probably some of our favourite people. We met some hilarious blokes, rather camp, but they were up for some banter. It is quite childish to admit but their accent makes any swearing in English sound acceptable. On Sunday we strolled around the empty city. It was rather ...
... Dollium, Norton and one more that I've totally forgotten. The tour at Tapiz was the best and our guide, Carolina, was a really interesting woman who clearly had a great passion for wine. We tried Malbec and some other varieties straight from the tank where they were fermenting. We also tried a Malbec at the different stages of its ageing; tank, barrel and bottle. So by the end of the day we were wobbling on our bikes down the flat roads stretching between ...