Casa Margot - Hotel Champagnerie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... dotted around. We spent almost two hours walking around the park before buying our next bus tickets in the central office (£45 each! - so much more expensive these days) and returning to Paula's house to cook a prepare a chicken and salad dinner. Our third full day we woke up earlier to walk into the centre of town to find the free walking tour. It was a bit of a let down compared to previous walking tours. Well in fact, it didn't involve much walking. The tour was actually ...
... Europe! Here we bought one bottle of sparkling wine for our New Years Eve in Mendoza. In the afternoon we went for the more exclusive wine yards in Valle de Uco. Here you have really big wine producers. On the way we brought a visit to Manzano Historico in Tunuyan and we saw Cristo Rey del Valle in Tupungato. During this drive we had an awesome view on the mountains and some had still snow capped peaks and we saw a Caminos de Altamira (kind ...
... bank you would get around 8.5 pesos to 1 USD but based on the blue dollar rate you could expect around 11 to 13 (even better in other parts of the country). You also got a better rate if you had 50 and 100 dollar notes. We had US$1000 in $20 bills which we had been gathering since Bolivia and carrying with us. Although we only had 20s, we still made huge savings by dabbling in the black market...blue, so it was much better ...
... We did nothing today, went back and took a nap for couple of hours and had a nice steak dinner at Eros with Veronica. Make sure to leave few days for such unexpected delays, I was told sometimes they have to close the border up to week or so if the weather doesn't change. The flight from Mendoza to Santiago costs 330 USD one way last minute. Not quite what we are prepared to pay. Hopefully the border opens ...
... steel vates. We then made our way upstairs for more tastings. The wine was great and we ended up purchasing a couple bottles even though we are unsure if we can bring them to Chile or even if we can ship them home. Oh well, sometimes the wine does the thinking on these kind of tours. The last stop is at the stunning Belasco de Baquedano winery. This facility is known for the having one of only 3 fragrance rooms in the world. Basically in the fragrance room ...