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... we kept watching as more and more and MORE people kept coming in for the tour. We ended up with a tour of about 100 people. The tour was interesting but it was over an hour long and when we got to the tasting room, the man was swamped selling cases of wine and nothing was prepared for the tasting. We were also anxious to visit other wineries before closing time so we ended up just using our vouchers to buy a bottle and moving on to the next one.
... little while and went to the hostel to see what else there was to do in this city.
We found a huge park that had a hill with a really beautiful lookout but we were racing the sun to get there before sunset and nighttime kicked in. It was a really nice place to walk through but we definitely missed sundown. We got a taxi back to town and picked up a bunch of groceries before heading back to the hostel.
My belgian friend maarten was meeting us tonight in the hostel, ...
... making wine and olive oil and we learnt a random fact that green and black olives grow on the same tree, just that black olives are riper. That night we, and the two lads we'd been on the tour with, decided to go to the cinema and watch the new Captain America movie in 3D at 10.20pm. We went to the Mendoza plaza, settled down in the cinema and waited for the film to start...we noticed that some of the trailers were in Spanish and others in English. We were ...
... a great tour of the winery. When it came to tasting, they were very generous. They even opened a bottle for us to taste that they really shouldn’t have opened. I bought a bottle of their olive oil, and Eldon bought three bottles of their wine to bring home.
After the tour we went for our lunch. We started with a Torrontes wine with three different empanadas. I only tasted ...
... and most of the day today, so we headed back to the hotel after seeing the squares for a siesta- along with the rest of the city. After a few hours rest we headed out again, this time down a street we had spied some restaurants on when we came back on the bus from a tour the other day. We wandered down the street, and came across a few hostels, and lots of restaurants and bars - a few good choices for a meal later. We came back to the ...