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Mendoza has a population of a million people but has a small town feel. Our hostel was located in the center of town, a perfect location for exploring. It has a main square (Independencia) used for events and cultural affairs and four surrounding squares that feature beautiful art. Mendoza also has two larger parques on the outskirts that houses …
We woke up after another terrible nights sleep, we just can't get to sleep early so I guess it is just jet lag still with us. We had managed about 6 hours each but the alarm went off and it was time to get some breako before going on to the bus station. I cooked up an omelette (the hostel provided raw eggs which was a nice touch) and Erica had some …
Sorry for starting with another pun but I was pretty happy with that baby, it's got it all - meat, booze, descriptives of the area. Anyway, speaking of meat and booze, things kicked off nicely on the bus when were were served up a 3 course meal (at 9.30!) which was topped off with a few glasses of champagne. Beats the National Express eh.
The wine tour in Mendoza was brilliant. It was the smallest vineyard we saw that had the most modern machinery (important from France, of course), and in my opinion had the best tasting wines (although at that point, all the wines were beginning to taste the same). The trip was finished with a traditional Argentine meal which included, four courses …
A long coach journey up to central Argentina takes us to the countryside of Mendoza. Nestled snuggly against the Andean mountains forming the natural Chilean border, it represents the flat, rolling plains that form the heartland of the Argentinian wine growing region. Those who know me will be aware of my deep interest and love for wine, and …
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