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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Travel Blogs from Mendoza

The Land of Steak and Wine

A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Jan 22, 2015

4 photos

... this we visited their hostel which was conveniently located 4 blocks from ours and enjoyed a brief chat with some Argentinians before calling it a night.


We had planned to do the open top bus tour around Mendoza for the day but the erratic schedule led us to change plans. Instead we explored more of the city and took a trip to the huge park situated in the north where we rented bikes for the afternoon. The intense heat ensured that ...

Andrea + wine is a match made in heaven

A travel blog entry by milskii on Dec 11, 2014

1 comment, 45 photos

... I saw them as to where I knew them from, oops! I guess you just meet so many people and for such small periods that they all blur into one. On my return from the trip I moved my things to my new hostel and I was so glad I did, it was gorgeous and everything I hoped for. The hostel was empty, except for two couples in private rooms so I had my own 6 bed dorm to myself, bliss. The following day I hired a bike to cycle around Maipù, it was such a great day, I was ...

Malbec Country

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 14, 2014

17 photos

... manufacturing tools; from grape pressing troughs made from cow hides to the special bottles and their filling machines. In colonial times, grapes were pressed against the animal skin with the liquid draining out through the tail. The liquid was then fermented in big ceramic containers tied to wall with leather cords in case of earthquakes before being moved into smaller ones to refine. They were then buried in ground to keep them at the right temperature. The early wines ...

Argentina- Mendoza

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on May 11, 2014

When I arrived at the Santiago bus terminal, to buy my ticket, I was reminded that I needed an Argentinian visa before I could board the bus. I had 20mins before the bus would leave. I raced to an internet cafe and had major issues with the visa website and language barrier. Luckily, an aussie guy Mitch was there, rushing to do the same thing. He helped me with an English website. We both got the visa sorted, but both had missed the bus. We had to wait a couple of hours ...

Leaving Chile & Mendoza

A travel blog entry by littleal on Apr 04, 2014

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Unfortunately I lost my tourist card which is a scrap of paper they give you when you enter the country and want back when you leave. To get a new one you have to go to the police station in the city and get a new one. I had booked a 30 hour bus which wouldn't get me into Santiago until Friday afternoon, when they close until Monday. Not wanting to waste time in the capital I decided to book a flight instead and went to ...