La Cava Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Cava Hostel Mendoza
A bit Crap and dirty,staff ok tho
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I had been really looking forward to this week of my trip, heading to Mendoza to see a few wineries, although I was all steaked out from BA I wasn't quite all Malbec'd out. I was expecting to turn up to a beautiful town surrounded by gorgeous vines. What I actually arrived to was a city of 1.9 million people, that was hot and not quite the romantic city I was hoping for. I wasn't able to check in immediately to my hostel as I arrived at 9am and my bed wasn't ready, but I ...
... do something about it. I don't think he ever did.
Anyways, I had to get a bus to Buenos Aires the same night, so I didn't have time to do some washing. I packed my bag, which I found very disgusting and headed outside. With my whole body itching.
As I would be on a bus for the next 14 hours I wanted to buy some snacks. I went to the supermarket just to walk in and 2 minutes later the lights went off. Awesome, I thought, now it is closing. I was allowed to pick up my stuff ...
... smelly products such as disinfectant, air freshener and incense (certainly did me!) that destroy people’s tastebuds/palate?
Was a cold grey day so had had enough by now and got the bus back – needed to change money, book a bus ticket and do some shopping for dinner – found a cheese shop with nothing decent except parmesan so had a hunk of that with tapenade and ...
... 233;s and bars and into Independence Plaza. Fountains were being filled and market stalls were being set up. We sat in the sunshine and enjoyed the warmth, well deserved after a month in Patagonia. We continued to explore the city wandering through residential and 'pub' streets until we came to the giant park on the edge of town. We were instantly struck by how unkempt the park seemed to be with over grown trees and un mown grass but it was also strangely nice. ...