Address: Juan B. Justo 56, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Juan B. Justo 56, Mendoza, is near Trout & Wine, Kahuak Aventura, Mendoza Holidays, and Conalbi Grinberg Casa Vinicola.
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        A travel blog entry by cfilmer on May 22, 2015

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        ... Second fun fact, Mendoza has only been making wine for export for around 20 years. Before that it was table wine which people don't think much of and as a result don't recommend the older wineries to you. Other things we learnt was that Argentineans prefer their steak medium to well done. It was pretty hard to get a rare steak.... And the older generation put soda water and or ice in their red wine. We met a french man who did our tour at one of the wineries. He was in ...

        White Cop Shoots Black Man

        A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 22, 2015

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        ... paper-work, recording what has been done, seems to become more important than what it records. Students’ records in the registrar’s office are often kept in safes and vaults, but not so the books in the library–unless extremely rare or dangerous. So, too, the administration building becomes the largest and most impressive structure on the campus, and faculty members find that more and more of their time for teaching and ...

        Early starts and late nights

        A travel blog entry by joshfitch on Feb 19, 2015

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        ... alright and a couple of cheeky pisco sours), was jaw-dropping. A perfect line of young vines, leading into the hills of avocados, was parallel to a moorish style approach of water to an amazing bodega - one of the oldest in the whole of Chile. The cognoscenti drooled over the entire set up including a chairman's tasting room in the cellar (one for the club to investigate) and a selection of wines far too good for common or garden imbibers. From there we went for a stroll among ...

        39. Mendoza to Bariloche by Plane

        A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Jan 11, 2015

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        ... way hire for less than the cost of a flight (they were charging about £400 for a one way drop off on top of the hire fee). This left flying as the only option, so we booked a flight to Bariloche for Saturday via Buenos Aires, whilst crying inside at the fact that our seven day stay in Mendoza has wiped out our entire two month budget for India. Although it's a nice city, we were definitely ready to leave Mendoza, to curb our red meat and red wine ...

        Wine capital of Argentina

        A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Nov 13, 2014

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        ... decided to do this by bike. We caught the local bus out there along with 2 Germans we had met at our hostel, Maxi and a girl whose name we have forgot. We hired some very poorly maintained bikes which included a map of the area with several vineyards to explore. The bike shop rang and booked us into a few tours of the better wineries and off we went.

        First up was a small place which was more like a garage than a vineyard. A nice old man explained ...