Tower Inn & Suites San Rafael
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... trees and grape vines if left unattended. We learned to follow a line of ants until they led us to their nest, dig out the nest to find the eggs, then spray ants and eggs with insecticide and move on to find the next colony. Liam helped with the construction of a greenhouse, made from recycled pop bottles and I had a go at shelling pine-nuts and walnuts. Now I understand why pine-nuts are so expensive in Tesco! The walnuts have to be shelled before sale; complete ...
... we pass near an ancient volcano rising about 5,000 ft.
Cruising at 5,500 feet we head up a valley, skirting a low rolling mountain range, towards Cordoba passing over what Patrick refers to as "the Great Wall of China" a fence that goes all the way from the bottom to the top of the mountain ridge. It is an incredible building project without obvious function from the air. Up ...
... liter cup for each of us. We had barely had two sips of the cold beer when we heard a shout outside. With huge beers in hand, we headed out just in time to realize that the rafting was starting that minute and we needed to start getting ready.
The preparation included grabbing a thick wetsuit, waterproof jacket, helmet, and life preserver. The actual preparation went something more like: 1) Balance equipment and beer in overcrowded arms; ...
I was very excited about seeing Mendoza for a bunch of reasons. It's the heart of the Argentine wine country, I love Argentine wine, and we were going to be there during their famous Harvest Festival – Vendemia 2011.
Now, in a previous career I spent a fair amount of time selling and serving wine. I know wine, I know wine country and I really know wine country festivals. Or at least that’s what I thought.
The great city of Mendoza ...
... but as we were really only interested in the tasting, they gave us our private tasting of their home made sauces, olive oil, vinegar, jams and liquors. We had to pay just a couple of pounds to taste all these goodies and they were yummy. Amazing olive oil and sundried tomatoes! The boys tried absinth while us girls tried mango liquor. We couldn’t resist buying some of the sundried tomatoes and some pickled cheese.
One of the wineries we definitely wanted to go ...