- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 3am had a few vodka and cokes (big measures here) then meandered back to our hostel around 5am. We asked at our hostel if there were any big clubs nearby because we had heard that some clubs open at 6am and we were all fired up to party-on but the guy on reception looked at us as if we were mad and said he didn't know of anywhere (party pooper). So we went to bed! Woke up surprisingly early (11am so just missed breakfast) and went downstairs to eat some of our leftover pasta from ...
... mote western looking type in yhe south of Argentina blond was a rarely and only seen in tourists, the skin tones got significantly darker and the people more were at my eye level;) wearing occasionally the traditional cloths of the mountains: large black skirts and Panama hats;) Besides that the small city has a little plaza with a church tower beside it, buzzling with cafe on eithrr side giving it an inviting and homey feel. Here I saw the first alpaca and lama ...
... us had our bikes removed anyway. Here, we tried to discern between a rosť which was a blend of red and white grapes and a rosť red grape that had the skins removed after just 24 hours. I don’t think my palette is sophisticated enough to know.
Our final vineyard of the day was just spectacular. A white villa with a huge balcony where the vineyards stretched far away to the mountains, where the sun was setting. Delicious empanadas and cheeses accompanied ...
... generous tastings that went to our heads a bit at 14.5%! On to the next vineyard, a 45 minute walk uphill in the heat, only to discover it was closed... We were dreading the 9km walk back into town in the heat but a short while in we managed to flag down a pick up truck that took us most of the way back to town, thank god! We passed another winery so had a couple of quick free samples before heading home for dinner and more ...
... of a god or a natural disaster. They chose children because they were considered the purest of beings and they believed that in sacrificing them they would in turn live in a better world. Horrible. After the museum we headed back to the hostel, made some chicken pasta again with remainder of yesterday's ingredients, drank some very large beers and sat with the people from our dorm sharing travel stories. Good ...