Casa Margot - Hotel Champagnerie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... instead of up. We reached Uspallata around 4pm, and had a great steak lunch. I thought we would head back to Mendoza now, wrong again! Carlos had even more sites to show me. We now turned off Ruta 7 and headed on Ruta 52, a dirt road that traverses some amazaing country, including the 173,000 acre "Reserve Natural Villavicencio". It begins in desert landscape, much like what you would find in the canyon lands of southern California. The road had a lot ...
... s own vineyard and was rated one of the top boutique hotels in Latin America in 2014.
We were greeted by the owner as Swiss lady and her staff. They all knew our names and our story of the day of our riding and huge BBQ for lunch. We chilled for a few hours then had dinner at around 10:00 pm where we all had fish (local trout) etc. This hotel was a treat as we went from 40ft container to great ...
... thinking, know I am in the north. Images to my surprise to learn on a big map, that it's on the same height as Sydney, Australia.... Hmm. But what I loved most about the city, was meeting my friends. Sometimes, that small little pleasure of having someone who knows you just a little bit better than other travellers, can help you put you thoughts back in perspective or just put them out there to look at a little bit closer. Santiago was nice, still have a ...
... parts of the valley. But alas, at $100 to $200 per bottle it was a bit rich for our blood.
Finally, we had a wine pairing lunch at Bodega Casarena. We met one of their winemakes at a tasting in Mendoza a few days before, and really liked the wine. A five course lunch, paired with sparkling wine, ...
... lightning storm above the valley in the distance, this topped off an amazing evening and easily a highlight of our trip so far.
Our final day in Mendoza was 37 degrees and far too humid to do much more then relax around the pool with a jug of homemade Sangria. In the afternoon we headed to the market and treated each other to a little late Christmas present. That evening our hostel put on a Pizza party so we filled our bellies whilst chatting to our hostel ...