Villa Vicuna

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

The Road to Cafayate with a stop in Tucumán

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... running through the rock. Next we went to a natural amphitheater where there was a guy playing a panpipe and small guitar at the same time. The sound was pretty incredible but unfortunately our camera had stopped working so we couldn't get a video. The last stop 'The Devils Throat' where there was once a river and waterfall that have created something similar to a throat. Over all the tour was pretty cool but it would have been nice to have longer out there and have your own ...

44. Cafayate - queso with Kes

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013


On the approach, Cafayate looked amazing, and we weren't disappointed. A leafy, chilled out and warm town awaited us. On arrival, our hostel owner told us that Cafayate had it's own, even more laid back timetable from the rest of Argentina. Apparently from 1-6pm, most places close. 5 hour siesta! We expected this to mess up any plans we had...and then we realised that to make plans in Cafayate is unnecessary. ...

Christmas on the Road

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... il Torrontes, un bianco rinfrescante che con questa calura sembra il nettare degli dei. Il cenone non stato male, anche se Nina sembra non aver apprezzato moltissimo il biglietto di riserva sul nostro tavolo che recita un inequivocabile “familia Martinelli”. Dopo il cenone arrivato Babbo Natale con in grembo tanti regali, tra cui uno non proprio ben accetto: una punta di Alzheimer per me. Dopo aver dimenticato il passaporto in Brasile e gli occhiali da sole a ...

Colome day trip

A travel blog entry by woody0198

... three bottles of wine, she waived the tasting fee! Wonderful wine, wonderful hostess, and the views from the patio for lunch were amazing. By this time it was 5:30, and if it took us 4 hours to get home like it did to get there, we'd be arriving after dark. I put the pedal to the metal and cruised back in 2 hours 20 minutes, just before sunset. We only did a 4-wheel slide around 1 corner and a 2-wheel slide around another! I felt like a rally car driver. Too bad ...

Steak, wine and we feel fine

A travel blog entry by danarol


... their entry stamp. Some people outright refused to fill in the form and others couldn't write or didn't have a signature. We sat on our rucksacks away from the crowd, filled in the form and then Dan took them to the window while I stayed on my rucksack and observed the pandemonium. Finally we got our passports back with the magic stamp we'd been waiting for, it was still only about 7:30am but it felt like a lot later. We eventually made it onto a bus to Salta ...

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