Juan B. Justo 56, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | Hostel
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Magical Mendoza

A travel blog entry by whereiswagner


The original plan had me staying at Joaquin's house in his hometown of General Roca in Rio Negro. As it turned out, complications lead me to a rather uninviting hostel about twenty blocks from his home. Things became more frustrating the following morning when I was told I had to leave the hostel because I was no longer staying there. It was …

Pure Argentina

A travel blog entry by pric5457


... that still holds some of the traditions of the original method. They use the wooden barrels, age it properly, and keep the process in the family. Also, they don't sell their wine in grocery stores like the other wineries around here. The next one we went to was also family owned but it was much bigger, it was more mass produced and I don't think it tasted as good. Still, both wine tastings were better than other wines I've had.


A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto


... to seek the shade, being in and out of the pools and mud masks all day left us both with some tender and red shoulders - typical turista gringo's. The ride back to the hotel was uneventful. Not many people wear their seat belts here. In Buenos Aires, the taxi drivers and front passengers were required to wear them, but it was optional in the back. Our bus driver today did not wear his for the most part - he did click it in a couple of ...

Just Getting There

A travel blog entry by paiger


... of my life. But back to the food: to survive, literally to survive, I ate rolls we saved from previous meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and breakfast again. Thankfully we had stopped once in a quaint down that I mistook for Mendoza, but was literally just some random town. Then we had no Argentine pesos to buy anything else in our transfer from Buenos Aires to Iguazu, so we another 18 hours on water we stole from ...

Bike tour around the wineries!!

A travel blog entry by andyb11


... in the middle)! Then onto our first winery!! The first winery was a very small winery run by a lovely Italian man. This winery is considered a boutique winery as it only produces a limited number of bottles a year (can't remember exactly but under 3 million). The amazing thing about this place it the technique he uses, whereby the wine is fermented in big ceramic vatts, followed by some time in oak barrels and then stored in bottles and aged for ...


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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