All In Mendoza Monkey Hostel
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- Swimming pool
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... t get the bus"!! But eventually arrived at the beautiful Empedrado hostel to a breakfast of lemon and sugar crepes.
It was Christmas Eve so we visited the local supermarket to stock up on food (and wine) for the festive period, knowing everything would be closed for the next few days. We then checked into our own little two-bed mixed dorm room, which actually turned out to be the tiny pool room with a bunk bed squeezed into it. Cosy. We spent the rest of ...
... to see. We also tried some lovely wines including a Cabernet Franc which was my favourite, After here I cycled to the other end of the village to Tempus Alba, where I met briefly the other two couples from the hostel who had just had lunch at the winery and leaving. This winery was OK, better for a lunch visit than a winery visit, but their wines tasted good. I tried the Tempranillo, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. My final winery for the day was Mevi. This had ...
... we quickly headed back to the main road and headed south to the Mevi vineyard for lunch. We had been given deal voucher with the cycle hire that would get us two pasta dishes and bottle of wine for 140 pesos. It was a warm day so we sat out on the terrace with nice views of the mountains beyond all the vines in front of us. Being a warm day, and having chosen a four cheese sauce for the pasta, we decided on a bottle of white wine. We had never heard of the grape before but decided ...
... at the last minute, a one of them dragged my hungover **** out of bed, 5 mins before the transport had arrived. 5 of us crammed into a small car for a half hour drive to where a big cluster of wineries were located. We hired some ****** old bikes, were handed a map of the town, and told to go for it. The first winery that we went to was quite boutique. We received a tour from a young lady who worked at this family winery. It went for over an hour, was extremely ...
... amazing totally vegetarian places again...it's all about looking properly. I also went out on a strange night with someone from the hostel where we saw a teenage rock band, they were playing good songs that they'd written, it was good to hear some good rock music after the constant drivel that is South American folk music. It was also pretty cute because their family were there filming and taking photos of them the whole ...