San Suites Mitre
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... spot to visit.
The bus arrived in Mendoza well ahead of time, 1.5 hours early. The ATMs were not working though and there were no money changers to be seen. So without any local cash in our pocket we were forced to walk to the hostel, about 15 blocks away. And they turned out to be big blocks too.
Luckily, the tourist information office was open and we got a map so it was easy enough to find Hotel ...
We traveled with the bus company 'rapido argentino' to Mendoza, which I have to say was pretty awful. The driver was a loony bin and we stayed up for two hours basically playing a game of GTA with his driving, with a bag of Doritos as snacks. After a terrible sleepless night we arrived at Mendoza at 7am and took a taxi to Punto Urbano. The reception lady had fallen asleep and we waited outside for a little while until she woke up. She checked us in and the ...
... questions we are asked. More stamps in the passport and we are free to leave. Now back on the bus and heading down the other side of the Andes. I always enjoy these types of crossings. The trip down the other side is even more spectacular, once we drop down to around six thousand feet it becomes much greener and the gorges are now filled with blue rivers gushing through them. About twenty miles out of Mendoza there is an enormous mountain lake which is the bluest body of water I ...
... love will come through, being emotional, tears pouring down my cheek, how is possible you can express yourself so much? To open yourself to someone you may see every week or you may never see again, you tell me your story, I tell you my story, agree?
I want to keep dancing till I die.
More I dance more I realise that we all want to be hugged and we all want to share. To tell the truth, since I started properly dancing the tango I have shown to the ...
... scale, and was very impressive looking. There was even an selection of wine based art in the large reception area. It was interesting to contrast the methods of production to the smaller first one. We also learnt that at this one, all their wine is exported, basically because they can make more money this way! As we were their last group of the day, we got to sample more wines and received bigger samples! I actually preferred these wines over the ...