Casa Antucura Wine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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... kept topping us up! Since lunch had been so long and luxurious, we hadn't managed to get to dessert before our tour was due to start. Grateful for the pause, we spent the next hour being shown around the bodega. Having done two similar tours the previous day, we felt like we were experts and offered up lots of questions and opinions (nothing to do with the wine we'd enjoyed at lunch of course!) After the tour, it was time for the tasting (yes more wine!) where we sipped and slurped ...
We said farewell to the lovely Receptionist and the two brothers who managed the hotel in Puerto Iguazu and who had been so wonderful to us when Arlin had his accident. One brother told us that his Mom was in Spain last year and broke her leg in a skating ring. Apparently, no one came to help her so that made them want to help us - we managed to get across the sentiment 'what goes around, comes around!' If ...
... to BoBo we had time to really admire the local architecture and tree lined streets of Palermo Soho which we all likened to Greenwich village NYC with trendy cafes on every corner, not to mention the amount of ink on show, coupled with the ubiquitous facial furniture in the Irish skivvy style. The first panacea for any of our ills was taken ahead of a tostado and ham sandwich in one of the local bars, then back for our rendezvous with Gabriel who was to drive us to meet ...
... towards the unremarkable town of Esquel.
After the tourist meccas of Bariloche and Pucon, some quieter isolation was welcome and this we figured we could find in Los Alerces national park, an hour outside Esquel. We camped in a free site near Lago Futalaufquen and had one of the best single day hikes we've done all trip up into the overlooking hills, taking in forest and scrambly hills as the path steeply wormed through the landscape providing more stunning ...
... We were here just before our roadtrip (of doom) and liked it that much we decided to return for Christmas.
We spent the first couple of nights at a campsite getting into the festive mood by doing the usual pre Christmas traditions - sunbathing, complaining about the heat, eating delicious barbeques and drinking lots of cold beers. It was nice but also very uneventful and we heard a story of a family getting held up at gunpoint just 5 minutes up the road from ...