Casa Margot - Hotel Champagnerie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so had sent along his grandad, who normally works on a peach plantation, to pick us up. Gramps had been too busy to change out of his overalls and had to walk gingerly because he had probably eaten too many peaches over his long career but being too excited about being in Buenos Aires to care about our charioteer's lack of style, we got our first glimpses of this amazing city on our way to the hotel. The hotel BoBo (standing for Bohemians and Bourgeoises) is a real find. The girls at ...
... to the grape harvest ... even more so than fungus or other types of problems more typical in California. Because of it's location on the east side of the Andes, moisture moving east from the Pacific Ocean uplifts over the mountains creating often times intense storms. And while the Mendoza area is basically a desert, with only about 9 inches annual precipitation (Sacramento has ...or at used to have...about 19 inches ...
... to midnight was an adventure in itself, but we were finally rewarded after consulting a policemen and made it back to our tent at around 2am, exhaustedly falling into a deep sleep. That was to be our last night's sleep at the campsite. The next day we woke with sore heads, packed our tent into our bags and headed into town. Our new home in Mendoza was the Chill Inn, located in the centre of town this hostel had a pool and really nice veranda and was run by an ...
... pesos we paid it in US dollars so with the **** exchange rate we were give it ended up being $50. The lady who served us was the only person we dealt with all day who spoke no English. The winery restaurant had a lovely setting with large glass windows looking over the surrounding vineyards and with background views of the Andes and the tallest mountains in the Americas. Our last stop was again different at a winery called Septima. The lady who took ...
... and facial expressions. On the way back, we briefly stop by the Potrevillos lake for some photos and arrived back to the hostel at 6:30, much earlier than scheduled. The granny hugged and kissed me when we left the bus and waved us goodbye. Such a sweet old lady. We were so tired from having only 4 hours sleep last night so we took a nap before waking up for food later. A great tour in Mendoza, highly recommended. Make sure the tour ...