Hostal Confluencia

Avenida Espana 1512, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located on Avenida Espana 1512, Mendoza, is near Parque Provincial Aconcagua, Bodegas Salentein, Museo Fundacional, and Acuario Municipal de Mendoza.
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    Travel Blogs from Mendoza

    Ceiling and luck comes crashing down! (Day 43-52)

    A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Apr 04, 2014

    2 comments, 41 photos

    ... first bodega by 9.30am...yep, we meant business and started drinking this early. We accomplished four bodegas that morning, each with their own charm and character and different qualities of wine. We also learnt a bit about the wine making process. After having lunch back at Bodega Nanni (tagliatelle in a Torrentes wine sauce), we retired to our hostel for an afternoon siesta.

    We had time the following morning to visit one more bodega before catching ...

    Argentina 4 years ago in ENG only

    A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Jan 30, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... from the hostel so there was no light..but the sky light.. and the Milky Way and shooting stars, me and Kata sitting until 2 in the morning, talking, watching the sky (my beck hurt the next day), feeling connected to the Universe and to everyone at that stage. The guy who worked there sat with us, had few cigarettes..what a life..

    The next day we went for a walk, didn’t want to leave it was so emotional for us. It was such a special place..with all ...

    Sunshine and vines

    A travel blog entry by danarol on Dec 01, 2013

    13 photos

    Mendoza is a world away from the routine and pace of life we grew accustomed to in the Andean parts of South America. Bolivian woman shovelling cement in La Paz, old men shuffling down the street chewing coca leaves in Sucre, and the general hardship of life in one of the continents poorest countries. What we are growing accustomed to now are wide tree lined avenues, big open plazas and a good standard of living. Mendoza city had to be rebuilt in 1861 after it was hit by a huge earthquake, ...

    On the mend...

    A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Sep 28, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... little trouble with the Argentinian border officials who, at times, can be a bit "Officious" with English travellers. Mendoza is the wine capital of Argentina representing over 70% of the market, with much of that wine arriving on American and European shores. Naturally, a tour of a "Bodega" (Vineyard) was on the cards. I visited Nieto Senitener with my host, Vale. Founded in 1888, it is a family run vineyard with a rich history ...