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The tree lined streets will keep your grapes cool, Mendoza, Argentina travel blog

The tree lined streets will keep your grapes cool

A travel blog entry by cnnnews

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Mendoza is one of the biggest wine producing regions there is. What does this mean to me??? Niamh was loving the trip to the two winery´s where we got some free wine and looked at barrels that can hold over 58,000 bottles of booze. ...

San Cosme and Damian, San Cosme y Damian, Paraguay travel blog

San Cosme and Damian

A travel blog entry by paulrobinson

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San Cosme wasn't even complete when the Jesuits were expelled from Paraguay in 1767. Apparently the Spanish were concerned that the Jesuits were trying to create an independent ...

Jesuit ruins at Santa Trinidad, Santa Trinidad, Paraguay travel blog

Jesuit ruins at Santa Trinidad

A travel blog entry by paulrobinson

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The best Jesuit ruins are at Santa Trinidad near ...

Day 34 - Long haul buses to Cordoba., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Day 34 - Long haul buses to Cordoba.

A travel blog entry by jonathanlillie

... it was about, but I know there are a lot of students here so probably something useless!This is the student capital of Argentina - 7 universities in total in Cordoba. Their terms work differently to the terms in the UK so even though it is July the ...

Day 35 - Recovering from a very late night., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Day 35 - Recovering from a very late night.

A travel blog entry by jonathanlillie

We went to a pizzeria for tea last night, so I ordered one large pizza for me and Andrew to share. When I ordered it the girl working in the restaurant said something I didn`t understand and seemed surprised, but I just repeated the order. When the ...

Day 36 - Spanish Lessons., Cordoba, Argentina travel blog

Day 36 - Spanish Lessons.

A travel blog entry by jonathanlillie

Tom, our cousin, surprised us by turning up at the hostel last night and we grabbed a bite to eat with him. I think we were all in need of a detox, so we all had a night off the booze last night and actually managed to get up and about to see some of ...

Stuck in Salta, Salta, Argentina travel blog

Stuck in Salta

A travel blog entry by jen397

Dear Friends, Today I woke up to sunshine!  This is significant only because I left the most beautiful month of the year in Portland (I love September) only to encounter gray skies, extremely cold temperatures, and wearing my North ...

Mountainbikes and Malbec plus reflections on Argi, Mendoza, Argentina travel blog

Mountainbikes and Malbec plus reflections on Argi

A travel blog entry by theblakes

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... in Mendoza, we have a day to relax and shop a bit before we hot foot it outta here. *************************** After being in Argentina for the month of July (except the time on the boat when we were technically in Chile), we found it to be a ...

Couple of days in BA then headed over to Uruguay!, Buenos Aires Pt 1 & Uruguay, Argentina travel blog

Couple of days in BA then headed over to Uruguay!

A travel blog entry by beersabroad

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Leaving Iguazu / Day 1 Buenos Aires The guys wake up pretty hungover after the previous night and went and got a feed. Matt is highly amused by Peg's new lobotomy haircut that he gave himself the night before. Not particularly looking forward to the bus ...

Fitzroy, El Chalten, Argentina travel blog

Fitzroy

A travel blog entry by will.traveller

I wait for the supermarket to open at 9 before I leave for my trek. There is very limited choice. Luckily I only need fruits and bread.   30 minutes into the trek, I can already tell that I have over packed. Drats. Minimalism is the way to go but ...

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