Puertas Del Sol Hostel

Espejo 751, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Espejo 751, Mendoza, is near Puente del Inca (Inca's Bridge), Vines of Mendoza, Ischigualasto, and El Dique de Ullum.
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    Travel Blogs from Mendoza

    Steak and Malbec? Try empanadas and beer

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on May 04, 2014

    13 photos

    ... and it's vast. It houses a lake, an outdoor amphitheatre, museum, hippodrome, velodrome, botanical garden, zoo and the football stadium built for the 1978 World Cup (where Archie Gemmill scored THAT wonder goal for Scotland v Netherlands. There really ought to be a plaque for such an achievement...)[Ed: Come on the Scots!] During our leisurely Saturday morning stroll we stumbled across an organic food market selling fantastic fresh ...

    Adios Santiago, Hola Mendoza!

    A travel blog entry by ppgontour on Mar 30, 2014

    2 photos

    ... bit unbearable - 'if it's not sweet it's not Chilean!' This phrase rings true to all foods eaten here and after a couple of meals we were craving food SIN sugar! - public displays of affection run rampant in this city and couples can be seen kissing everywhere and at all times of the day/night.. Must be true love or there's something in the water.. - there are more stray dogs than homeless people! We really did enjoy our time in Chile (even if the above sounds a bit negative!) It ...

    Our day of fame!

    A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Jan 16, 2014

    5 comments, 20 photos

    ... They seemed genuinely thrilled with it and more photographs were taken, complete with more clapping, cheering and kissing. By this time, things were hotting up – and it wasn’t just the relentless sun that was glaring down on us. The press and the local TV turned up and interviewed Mike - with the help of Bob, the translator. We weren’t entirely sure Bob was translating Mike’s words verbatim but whatever he said seemed ...

    Bienvenidos Mendoza!

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 26, 2013

    2 photos

    ... starting to become concerned that the 2 hours we had given ourselves wouldn't be enough. We had nothing to worry about though, they put us in a quicker line when we got closer to the counter as they had their sights on the flights leaving promptly. Now to face the security line - Martin walked us to the security area, and we said "goodbye, see you in a week!" The security line moved very quickly and we were in the boarding area with ...

    Parapente

    A travel blog entry by minicooper on Aug 25, 2013

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... facing her fear, though I'm not sure it's helped her to be any less afraid of heights... skydiving next time...? :-)

    Once we got back in one piece we went to MMAMM, a modern art gallery built underground. We then visited our favourite supermarket, Carrefour where Myfanwy used her translation skills to resolve a South African rugby supporter - Argentinian checkout girl situation about credit cards and dollars. Very impressive :-)
    We then caught the night bus ...