Solares del Sur

Address: Ozamis 41, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5500, Argentina | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Mendoza

Strolling in Mendoza

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 13, 2014

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... Breakfast at Anna's Bistro was sensational. We had a table in the garden and Maria ordered the Scandinavian eggs with smoked salmon which came with good coffee, yoghurt & granola with honey, orange juice and ham & cheese croissant. David's was pretty similar except he had chorizo sausages with his eggs and instead of the croissant, had the choice of two facturas. A factura is an Argentinian word for a pastry so he had a choc-au-pain and a dulce ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jun 21, 2014

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... 30pm by now and due to be dark within the hour as the shortest day. This was not the reason for the holiday weekend bur rather Corpus Christi I later found out when trying to find a room in a hostel. Hostels here don’t seem to have single rooms and so you get charged the same as 2 people – not impressed, especially as no cheaper than Chile, as other travellers had led me to believe. Helpful hostel ...

Don't Mention the War

A travel blog entry by stewy08 on Apr 20, 2014

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... T-shirts. It is a cool T-shirt though. That evening we dine with the students and the chemical engineer pulls out his own homemade alcoholic concoction. 'Moonshine!' I say. 'No it's not Moonshine because I don't make the alcohol, I just mix it with tangerines' he replies. Whatever it is it renders me useless for pretty much the entire next day. 'I'm getting too old for this' is my stock line and I use it once again to Karen who rolls her eyes. Next Stop: Salta and ...

Comienza la diversión

A travel blog entry by zoesolomon on Jan 07, 2014


... keeps reminding everyone of the fact and quite frankly is wasting her time in South America if she doesn't eat meat! ;) On our first day in Mendoza we did a wine tasting day, visiting 3 vineyards and spending time understanding the process. What we learnt: The skins of the grapes provide the colour to the wine - the red grapes can be used to produce white wine but not vice versa. About the fermentation process, barrels and storage and aging process. They are starting ...

Mendoza, Wine and Tourism

A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jan 03, 2014

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... now, 1 US $ for 10.40 $ Pesos, wooohooo!

As wine amateur, Mendoza is a classic I couldn't object. However, this wasn't the best come back ever. I found the city overpriced and all going around the wine tourism without letting the chance to do it without tours. They don't make it easy to do it yourself and tours for the Wine Route are pricy. I didn't like that, I didn't stay, I was gone ...