Vinas de Cafayate Wine Resort
Travel Blogs from Cafayate
Vsjonquet stayed here on Jul 19, 2010 during their trip titled: Nord Argentine et Chili.
The trip in the Northwest of Argentina continued from Salta to Tucuman via Los Cobres and Cafayate, being exposed to another decent roadjourney on unpaved roads. The rewards were impressive landscapes, not to be missed!
... only cost about $10. The next thing on the shopping list was meat. We finally found a butcher that was open after searching the town. Shopping during siesta is not the best plan. Steak and wine on a BBQ, welcome to Argentina. The next day, we headed into town and hired bikes. We then headed out wine tasting. It was great as cafayate is pretty flat. The first place we tried was closed for refurbishment, so we ended up at ...
... to be 'try to get inside the Gringos' bedroom at all costs'. He was very good at it. After about 15 minutes, we were able to push his nose from our door, and we breathed a sigh of relief. Then we remembered that we didn't have an ensuite, so had to go through it all again. The dog eventually settled for guarding our door, by laying flat against it. I slept soundly, feeling very well protected, but Ollie was considering phoning the embassy to let them know that we were being held ...
... sure that in his dog-opinion we were showing him a pretty good time. Our day in the sun coming to an end and with plans made to meet up with Mel and Hugh later on, Mother Nature gently guided us back to our bikes where gravity took charge and whisked us away from the serenity hidden the vertical horizon.
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
Wonderful staff, very comfortable rooms and a beautiful location. A real luxury treat
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