Life House Hostel

Address: Gutierrez 565, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Gutierrez 565, Mendoza, is near The Hill of Glory (Cerro de la Gloria), Vines of Mendoza, Bodegas Salentein, and Museo Fundacional.
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Travel Blogs from Mendoza

Surprise parades, Wine and spa time

A travel blog entry by keithandkim on May 10, 2014

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... as far as the eye could see to the start, people were still lined up getting ready to parade down the streets. This being the longest parade we have ever seen, we decided to stroll down the now open shops and watch the parade as we did. This was a poor choice as we moved to the end of the parade, as the last to walk the route were the legions of fire fighters, paramedics, forest fire fighters, lake patrol and on and on. With the absence of floats at ...

Ceiling and luck comes crashing down! (Day 43-52)

A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Apr 04, 2014

2 comments, 41 photos

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We hopped onto our 17 hour bus journey that evening to San Carlos de Bariloche...Hello Patagonia, or so we thought. Torrential rain meant that we were stuck in Neuquen for 8 hours and we reached Bariloche late in the evening, as opposed to early afternoon (we later learned that Bariloche had experienced the same amount of rain that day as it would have normally expected in a whole year!). More to come from Patagonia in the next blog.

Nayan & ...

A Full Day of Wine Tasting

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on Mar 10, 2014

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... a great tour of the winery. When it came to tasting, they were very generous. They even opened a bottle for us to taste that they really shouldn’t have opened. I bought a bottle of their olive oil, and Eldon bought three bottles of their wine to bring home.

After the tour we went for our lunch. We started with a Torrontes wine with three different empanadas. I only tasted ...

Submarino!

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 30, 2013

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... to pick up a water and a pomelo (grapefruit flavoured drink) for Joel. I cracked open my water, only to hear fizzzzzzz... No!! I had forgotten that grabbing a water is more complicated in Argentina. I remember the first time that Martin had asked if I wanted water with my meal, I said yes, please - and then he asked if I wanted it in a glass. I said no, it's fine... I can drink it out of the bottle, I'm not fancy. Haha. Well my ...

Just Getting There

A travel blog entry by paiger on Sep 13, 2013

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... since I figured I wouldn't exactly have a life soon. Well so we eventually (like miles later) miraculously make it back to the main road and up into the snowy and picturesque mountain border between Chile and Argentina. The snowcapped Andes tower high above you, their craggy peaks spearing the sky with their snow capped steely points. It's humbling, and overall epic. Made more epic of course by Bon Jovi's voice informing ...