Monthly Archives: November 2009

Memorable Experience in Cafayate

Went for my 14 mile run, which later turned into a 12 mile run, on our last day in Cafayate.  The experience left a lasting memory for me of that place.  Shortly after starting our run outside the hotel, a … Continue reading

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Hotel Killa

We stayed at Hotel Killa while in Cafayate, and this place is just full of charm.  Not one room is the same, and the hotel is comprised of several different buildings. We stayed in Rm 12, which is on the … Continue reading

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Day Three in Cafayate

Cafayate is wine country.  We drove around outside of town center and all we saw were vineyards lining both sides of the road.  The best wine made in Cafayate appears to be Laborum from bodegas El Porvenir. There are probably … Continue reading

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Day Two in Cafayate

We spent most of the day with the sales rep from La Estancia de Cafayate.  This is a luxury development just a few blocks outside of town.  J has had his eye on this place for at least a year, … Continue reading

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Day One in Cafayate

We took the 6 AM flight out of BA yesterday and arrived in Salta with one piece of luggage missing.  We weren’t the only ones missing bags, as we found out that there was a full cart of luggages that … Continue reading

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Last Day in Buenos Aires

I’ve been running for years and never have I ever tripped and fallen while running.  However, thanks to the ‘wonderfully and smoothly paved’ sidewalks here in BA, I tripped while running this morning, scraping both knees, left hand, and right … Continue reading

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Day Three in Buenos Aires

Smog, smog, and more smog.  There doesn’t seem to be any emission standards here in BA.  I can’t remember being in a city where you see so much black smoke being emitted from the tailpipes of cars, buses, and trucks. … Continue reading

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