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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    Travel Blogs from Mendoza

    White Cop Shoots Black Man

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 22, 2015

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    ... It is almost a general principle that consciousness ignores intervals, and yet cannot notice any pulse of energy without them. If you put your hand on an attractive girl’s knee and just leave it there, she may cease to notice it. But if you keep patting her knee, she will know you are very much there and interested. But she notices and, you hope, values the on more than the off. Nevertheless, the very things that we believe to exist ...


    A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Mar 06, 2015

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    ... back to town. It was definitely the better option as Fernando had bought us some local beef to slow cook on the BBQ and plenty of alcohol to enjoy after our long hike ;) The beef was the most amazing beef I have EVER tasted! I would rush back to Mendoza just for that beef. Sadly, we were leaving to head back to Chile the next day. The local bus back was an interesting journey, a real mix of travellers - most of whom were ...

    Intestinal distress

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 16, 2015

    1 comment

    I like to consider myself a pretty adventurous eater. I'll try pretty much anything once, and I don't have to like it but I do need to commit to trying it. Almost every time I travel, my concept of food is challenged. Why do eat what we eat? Why are some foods culturally considered revolting? How much does appearance influence our appetite? I find I get the most reflective over food because it's such a socially constructed concept. Why are lambs food but dogs are ...


    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 21, 2014

    ... the official dollar rate not the blue dollar rate. But what I also noticed in Chile is the online rate is sometimes 17% higher than in person, as it is the percentage (the deposit) that hostelworld make off every booking. Furthermore on hostelworld you always pay in US$, and they're conversion rate isn't quite as sweet as shown on XE. Generally I don't have a problem just rolling up (assuming you can get the directions, sometimes these are ...

    Argentina! Argentina!

    A travel blog entry by lct570 on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... sticks (Yey). Lisa was happy ... And it was only about 10:45am ;) After this we cycled far and wide on the map looking for a way into Trivento's vineyard (owned by Lisa's favourite wine maker's Concha y Toro, from our last post) here in Maipu, alas it wasn't to be and we made do with a number of big and small vineyards instead. We visited the Familia de Tomasso (more wine tasting) then over to Mevi, where Lisa felt more happiness riding her bike amongst the rows of grapevines in ...