Downtown Mate Hostel
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... landed us at the almost-foot of Aconcagua, peering down on us from 6 962m above sea level.
Last stop was the Inca Bridge, a natural arch traversing the Vacas River and neighbouring hot springs. Legend has it that the bridge is in fact composed of calcified incas who stretched themselves across the water to form a bridge for their companions when they were calcified and turned into bridge for eternity.
Moving on. Mendoza is the ...
... to get random people to be his or her friend.
We walked back to the park with the craft fair and relaxed on a bench, watching the world go by while Emily slept. There was a guy making huge bubbles much to the delight of some kids who gleefully chased them. Then a cab ride later and back at the hotel, and ready for a big night out which turned out to be at the Argentinian Dennys because every other option ...