Puertas Del Sol Hostel

Address: Espejo 751, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Espejo 751, Mendoza, is near Ischigualasto, Puente del Inca (Inca's Bridge), Vines of Mendoza, and El Dique de Ullum.
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      A travel blog entry by lucyandalan on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... Mendoza as an army base from which they crossed the mountain range, descending into Santiago to drive the Spanish out of Chile. Today it is a grid-structure town that is dominated by the wine trade and tourism, with sun 300 days a year and the Andes for a backdrop.

      Our first full day was Sunday and unfortunately only one winery tour was open and that was miles away. Undeterred, we took a bus and a cab to the Familia Zuchardi ...

      Making friends in Mendoza

      A travel blog entry by jamber on Dec 05, 2014

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      Today was a day for sleeping late and taking it easy. For brunch we found a french influenced restaurant next to our hotel. Much to our delight it serves big cups of coffee. After brunch we took off to explore downtown Mendoza. It's a large city with very much of a small town feel. The streets are tree lined, it's very clean, and filled with adorable shops and restaurants. In the middle of downtown is a large park called Plaza Independencia. Its paths ...

      Travelling East from Santiago

      A travel blog entry by willmj on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... near Mendoza then onto wine country. Mendoza is a lovely city with tree lined streets and friendly locals. Our accommodation is a very spacious old house complete with grand piano (out of tune) in a nice area. We did find a few areas however that were borderline favelas and we were pleased to drive our 1978 citroen out of there as fast as Tom could find first gear! We created much interest for the locals when we drove around Cerro de la Gloria. We couldn't lock the car ...

      Winning and wining in Mendoza

      A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Jun 09, 2014

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      ... and hired a couple of bikes, grabbed a map, and set off. I wish I knew a little more about pretentious wine tasting but really they all tasted pretty good! Lots of Malbec because that's the primary grape grown in the area, but some Sauvignon and a couple of Syrahs. We went to two different vineyards, and did a tour and tasting, and an olive growing place, and rounded it all off in a wine bar with ...

      Bike and Wine Tour

      A travel blog entry by ppgontour on Apr 09, 2014

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      ... Aliza liked all of the others! We hopped back on our bikes and rode the slightly further distance to the next winery. This one was a lot bigger and it was lovely riding up past the rows of grapes in the sun. Our guide told us all about the grapes used to make Malbec- the famous wine of the region. We also timed our trip just right, as we got to try the really sweet grapes before they are picked in the next few days. After a tour of where the wine is made ...