Quinta Rufino Hostel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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It's hard to believe I spent three nights in Mendoza. I intended to spend two and even with the extra night, it still flew by. There were a lot of great people at the hostel and I had an amazing time out exploring the city with them. Let's start with Hanz and Frans... er, I mean Clemens and Chris. I met Clemens and Chris Saturday night after I got to Mendoza and settled in. The hostel was having their weekly free happy hour so I made my way to the common area and ...
... garden area as it was full inside.●Park general San Martin-Another huge communal city park area, similar to the one in Sao Paulo. There is a big lake where we had our picnic lunch, lots of fields for sports etc, a zoo, a velodrome, a football stadium, a leisure centre, bike hire, cafes, ice cream vans, outdoor gyms, pretty much anything you could want on a sunny afternoon in the city all I one place. Instead of taking a leisurely ...
... the day before that our flight at 5pm the next day was already 2.5 hours delayed. This happened to be just long enough that we would miss our connecting flight in Buenos Aires so the airline put us up in a hotel for the night before our 6:40am flight to Mendoza the next day. With the delay we arrived in the Buenos Aires airport just after 10pm... so of course since we had to be back on a plane no more than 8 hours later we decided it was ...
... else's hair - ewww!), visited the main park and had some lunch next to the lake, ate a posh steak meal with a bloody amazing dessert - caramel flan with cream and dulce de leche, met some really nice people in the hostel (pretty much all of whom were English speaking - unusual) and Kes added a few cracks to someone's iPhone (awkward). Luckily we escaped to Chile the next ...
... singing and chanting for their team and are known to be the craziest and sometimes the most dangerous supporters in the world. They are the peoples club from the poorest area of Buenos Aires, whereas River are a lot richer and are nicknamed the millionaires. At the end of the game Boca fans were ripping out seats and throwing them at police and river fans luckily this was at the other side of the stadium and we were well away from the action. After the game ...