Villa Vicuna

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

    Siestas, sumptuous wines, psychotic hostel owners

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jul 26, 2014

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    We awoke for breakfast on our final day, and the hostel owner was being downright rude - he presented us with stale bread only, while newcomers were given fresh bread, fruit, meat and cheese...we think he's getting back at us for not inviting him for pizza the night before. When we go to leave, he claims that Casey and I have not paid him for the night before (due to his non-existent paperwork) and when we go to leave he starts locking doors to prevent us! We exit via a ...

    Day 322 - 331: A Road Trip Across Argentina

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Mar 26, 2014

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    ... in our horse riding skills. At the Pantanel we were allowed to walk only, not even a trot. The guides at the Estancia had a completely different approach. They matched our personality and weights with a horse and then worked on improving our riding skills. After day one I took my trot to a canter and by day two, my canter to a gallop. The best way to describe this terminology is: walk to a sprint, sprint to a fly. Fast cantering or galloping was an unreal feeling, flying at ...

    Leaving Cafayate

    A travel blog entry by woody0198 on Dec 13, 2013

    ... the tasting was very nice and patient, speaking slowly for me and waiting for me to translate. They make 70,000 bottles per year, and employ only 5 people in the whole place. Maybe their sixth hire should be a weed manager! Good wines, though, and a fun stop. Amalya is the sister winery to Colome, so I thought it might be fun to taste their torrontes (which grow better in Cafayate's 1700 m altitude than Colome's 2300m altitude), but their was ...

    Salta Day 28 Iguazu Argentina

    A travel blog entry by chrisnorth on Dec 02, 2013

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    ... time.

    Somewhat relieved, we set off to look round Salta. It is a city with a really nice atmosphere due to a lovely climate and its Spanish colonial architecture. The first thing we had noticed from our hotel window was an enormous queue outside the bank opposite. This was before 9.00am and it just grew and grew, inside there were banks of seats where people sat once they had their ticket with a queue number. We still ...

    The grape escape

    A travel blog entry by danarol on Nov 17, 2013

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    ... 6pm but that day they decided 1pm-3pm was time for sleeping. We went back to the hostel for a while then left with the intention of arriving at 4pm to give the people at the farm enough time to wake up and get organised after their siesta. Evidently this was a bad move, we arrived just in time to see all the kids getting off the buses and making lots of noise. It was obvious our idea of a peaceful, leisurely stroll around the farm had been destroyed. We quickly ditched the tour idea ...