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1861 was a terrible year for Mendoza,a huge earthquake almost completely destroyed the cities buildings and over 4000 people were killed.Out of the ashes however the city was rebuilt to reflect the areas seismic activity.Smaller sturdier buildings and wide streets made up the new look Mendoza and indeed it still has the widest streets in the whole country.
The city itself is not ,due to the earthquake , a colonial gem,there is an independence square ...
... smelling skills, tasting (of course) and trying to work out what we liked. We have our favourites and will be trying to track them down back home! My favourite wines seem to be the expensive ones though ;) We headed out on a bus trip to take in the beautiful Aconcagua Mountain - tallest peak in South America. The mountains were beautiful and spectacular scenery. Our ...
You think you`re getting a break after heading out of BA but not in Mendoza! We`d heard the one thing to do in Mendoza was cycle around wine vineyards tasting all the wine until you could no longer cycle. I think Kate and I could both say we`re far more knowledgeable about wines now!
Forgive me but IŽd never heard of Malbec..or Syrah. Argentinian wine is fairly new compared to French or Australian wines which ...
... us. Not long
afterwards a group of young lads, maybe 12 years old, came over and had
stickers in plastic cases the size of dvd boxes in their hands which they were
asking us to buy – one went round to Maddie so he wasn’t looking at me while
the other one came over to me, put the stickers fanned out over my camera and
went to have it away! I could tell what he was doing straight away so ...
... there are so many some tours being offered, the usual backpacker way to see Mendoza is to get the bus yourself to one of the wine areas and then from there hire your own bike and bike around to a few vineyards. It's definitely the cheapest way to do it, but I decided to treat myself to one of the more expensive exclusive tours with a small group so I could get a more comprehensive guide into the wines and also get to try more premium varieties. I was not disappointed! Wow! Driving to ...