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TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria ACA Cachi
Nice spot and ok rosoms. The food in the restaurant could be better
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... people he hired and trained to run the vineyards and state-of-the-art winery.
The gate to the winery was closed, and we worried briefly that we had come on a wrong day, but Norm pressed a button on a squawk-box and talked to someone who opened the gate remotely. We were greeted at the modern tasting room by slick marketing people who told us that we needed to make reservations for lunch, if we wanted it, and apologized that the tours of the Art Museum were fully ...
... streets. The population seemed very low, with very few people out and about - almost like a ghost town. Our hotel for the evening was a 200 year old Spanish hacienda with very comfortable rooms, but no air conditioning. That turned out OK since the temperature cooled down quite a bit in the evening and we slept comfortably. There seemed to be no other formal restaurant in town, so we ate at the hotel and it was a wonderful meal accompanied by ...
... is a sharp young guy who just got his degree in agricultural engineering, and is the 5th generation running this family operation. In addition to vines and wine, they grow broad white beans (a specialty of the area) and other vegetables ... in part for some food and profit, but also to help keep the 6 or so full-time workers busy throughout the year. And boy the wine ...
... of wools into textiles for clothing and artwork. And on Sunday night we were treated to a religious procession that ended in a late night mass with singing and ceremony at the old church.
Between the drive yesterday and the time spent in Molinos so far, there has been a profound shift in the whole trip ... and of our whole impression of Argentina. From the big ...
... with the pressure that I am surprised it had not exploded, I think I opened it just in time! I loved being so close to the cactus, they are amazing plants which also have a love story attached! The village of Cachi was only small and when we stopped there for lunch I had goat stew which tasted very nice. The villagers harvest sugar cane and also some of the houses were drying out chillies in their back ...