Villa Vicuna

Belgrano 76, Cafayate, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4427AEB, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cafayate

Cafayate: pronounced Caf-ay-sha-tay... or "wine"

A travel blog entry by rich-and-fi

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Such a beautiful, relaxed little town and we stayed in a lovely bed and breakfast. Add some lovely wine and it makes sense we stayed a little longer than planned. The first day there we hired bikes for a leisurely 7km bike ride to a recommended winery. OK - so the sun was fiercely hot, the road was all uphill and gravel - I was ready to turn our dodgy bikes around after 2km. Luckily Rich motivated me to keep ...

The grape escape

A travel blog entry by danarol

14

... in Cafayate and famous for its wine ice cream. We tried the Torrontes and the Cabernet, it was more like a sorbet and a lot stronger than we expected. In fact it was just like a frozen glass of wine served on a cone. It went down a treat but we couldn't decide which we preferred so kept swapping with each other until they were finished. We mentioned goats cheese as well and one of the best meals we have had for a while was a goats cheese and walnut salad made by Caz. Even for me it was ...

Day 53 on route to Argentina

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

... had to sit on my own which was fine until I realised who was next to me. I had a lady with her baby. This meant for the next fours hours I was kicked by this kid who was sitting on her lap. If you have a baby get two seats because no one wants to be harassed by your child! When I didn't think things to get worst she started breast feeding him in front of me. This was so awkard and I was sitting there not knowing where the hell ...

Cold White Wine

A travel blog entry by burkley

16

... out the Panama hats and relax.

Before we went out we setup at camp and made the short walk into town. The city has a quite famous empanada restaurant and most of the group headed for it. Hand made to order it was a while to wait but it was worth it. We had ordered one of each empanada filling they make. Our favourite was the classic spiced beef. It was washed down with a nice glass of Torrentes which is the famous white grape of Argentina. On the nose ...

Cafayate

A travel blog entry by fsorbie

18

... and I was tired. The guide was in spanish but they told me it would be in english, good practice i guess? Funny how everybody says bon dia when entering the bus and then everyone replies in quire :-) Drove to the Quebrada de las conchas, the mountains were amazing. Drove through the rocky bottoms of the rivers, but there was hardly water. When there is water there is a road to go round. Some parts the river had sandy bottoms with white stuff, its ...

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