Though far away from the vines of Mendoza, we did manage to find good wine, dining and relaxing for the three days we spent in this serene enclave in the Patagonian Andes. But sadly our time in the mountains had to end. We flew back to Buenos Aires where Angie and Tim had one more day to enjoy perhaps my favorite city before taking their respective flights back to California and New York — leaving me once again alone with Doc.
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