Vinas de Cafayate Wine Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsVinas de Cafayate Wine Resort
Wonderful staff, very comfortable rooms and a beautiful location. A real luxury treat
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... ja wir wissen schon, wir reisen schon über 2 Monate auf diesem Kontinent, aber hier in Salta kommt es uns zum ersten mal so richtig südamerikanisch vor, so wie wir uns das immer vorgestellt haben. Es ist alles südamerikanischer, die Menschen die viel mehr Indo ausschauen, die Strassen und Häuser. Auch die Musik hört …
... duets, bands and choirs) perform local music (which is much better than Bolivian!) - was held in an incredible natural 'amphitheatre', which was an open-top cavern which allowed for the best acoustics of any concert I had ever been to. Not a microphone was used (or needed). The concert, held around an hour out of town, also sported a number of artesanal and local food stands. Following the concert, Gemma, Itsy (Canadian, also from the hostel), Casey and I travelled back into town to ...
... boutique stores, delicatessens, wine shops and yummy Icecream. In the afternoon the boys went to watch football so the girls went to another winery called Bodega Nanni. It was my favourite one. Very rustic and intimate. We sat under a willow tree, watching the workers juice the grapes and drank beautiful white and rose wine. My cook group cooked that night, making a very tasty butternut squash and red pepper risotto. Early start and we're driving to ...
... Argentina. The ruins are the last vestiges of a city founded by the pre-Incan tribe, the Quilmes, in the 9th century AD. Today’s drive was long. We finally arrived at our hotel about 4:00. But then we went out for another drive to view the Quebrada (canyon) de Cafayate. It was somewhat reminiscent of the Badlands of South Dakota. We started at 6:00 in order to see the area best with the sun low. It enhances the multitude of colors ...
... and courtyard to ourselves. This is the life; good wine and beautiful weather. It wasn't until the late afternoon that we realised we had better set off to visit the next winery. We ventured out, slightly tidily, to a winery with the most amazing views of the surrounding mountain ranges. After a quick tasting and walk around the grounds, we purchased another bottle of Torrontes which we took back to ...