Hostel Lagares Beltran

Beltran 315, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5500, Argentina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Mendoza

Don't Mention the War

A travel blog entry by stewy08


... national drink is served in a little cup with a metal straw which is being passed around like a bong at a university party, apparently the custom. Karen informs me that it's very rude to turn down such an offer so we both nod our head to take a slurp. 'It's a bit like tea' says our guide Nacho, 'tastes like tobacco water' I say, my face grimacing. Karen lies through her teeth after her hit 'Oh it's lovely' she says, her expression betraying the words ...


A travel blog entry by lindb

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... on the Sunday and then the cycling wine tour on the Monday. The next day I wander the city a bit more then head back to the hostel for a light lunch, after lunch though I start to feel really ill, and by late afternoon I was in bed feeling like throwing up! Well all night I was not well and was up half the night. I had to cancel the hike as there is no way I can make it. Sunday was then a right off aswell, still lazing about trying to feel better! I have no ...

Day 130 - Mendoza - Horsing Around

A travel blog entry by neensandpete


... also included an Aussie called Brendan and a Swiss couple, Sylvain and Chantelle. Unfortunately Matt is allergic to horses so didn't ride but came to the ranch with us as the tour included an asado (Argentinian BBQ) after horseriding. We were all feeling a bit nervous as we haven't been on a horse for years but the horses were really tame. Neen had the worst one, called Indio, who was really lazy, slow and constantly stopping to ...

Days 43 - 45 : Mendoza, Argentina

A travel blog entry by tksa


... stunning town which all four of us (Sean and Jasper, our Dutch friend from Rio, had joined us) instantly warmed to. But the afternoons activity led us way out of Mendoza on a very bouncy bus into the mountainous Argentinian outback towards the Andes. Here, in the middle of nowhere, nestled in amongst the mountains, is a water park comprised of many hot springs that draw water from the Andes. Thermas de Cachueta isn't just a relaxing ...

Bike tour around the wineries!!

A travel blog entry by andyb11


... in the middle)! Then onto our first winery!! The first winery was a very small winery run by a lovely Italian man. This winery is considered a boutique winery as it only produces a limited number of bottles a year (can't remember exactly but under 3 million). The amazing thing about this place it the technique he uses, whereby the wine is fermented in big ceramic vatts, followed by some time in oak barrels and then stored in bottles and aged for ...


This hostel, located on Beltran 315, Mendoza, is near Parque Provincial Aconcagua, Puente del Inca (Inca's Bridge), and Villavicencio Spa.
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