Winca's Apart

Address: 1738 Rioja, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5500, Argentina | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on 1738 Rioja, Mendoza, is near The Hill of Glory (Cerro de la Gloria), Bodega Ruca Malen, Pulenta Estate Winery, and Andeluna Cellars.
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Travel Blogs from Mendoza

Santiago to Mendoza

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 22, 2015

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... in an another hour or so sleep before waking. By now, we are finally peckish again but we had eaten all our food and only had crackers left, so we snack away and enjoy the view outside as we fly along the highway. A few movies are played on the bus, keeping the locals amused, and before long we pull into the Terminal de Omnibus of a Mendoza. We step off the bus and are greeted by nice warm air and guys yelling 'cambio, cambio' (change/money exchange). ...

The Grand Festival Show of Vendemia

A travel blog entry by arlinandliz on Mar 07, 2015

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... of the stage. There were 25,000 people in the stands and another 25,000 on the adjacent hillsides. The volume of the music was ear splitting but the atmosphere was electric. The show was amazing and portrayed the history of wine and the traditions in the various regions of Mendoza - not to be missed, although once is enough! The evening came with a sack dinner, including a 1/2 bottle of Malbec ...

Weather Interference

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jan 20, 2015

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... course, red wine. Eduardo had been observing our palettes and chose a wine we would both like. He was right. A blend of four different red grapes. Full.......again!!
The old winery still exists and there is an exquisite mural, painted, then hand decorated with sequins. There must be hundreds of thousands if not millions of them. They had retained all the old French oak casks, and they were works of art. One thing we have learnt is that French oak casks are smooth ...

Going nowhere fast

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 19, 2015

... walked through the vineyards to kill time, I felt like a lost woman in the desert. Would I ever be found? Would rescue come in time? I was going to die of thirst and they'd find my bleached bones in a few years, reaching for invisible water. Sure, I exaggerated a bit - I was stranded at a winery staffed by French people with a gourmet restaurant and they'd already given me a glass of water. Life could be a lot worse. I returned to the office, and they offered ...

Argentina (Mendoza - Salta)

A travel blog entry by alan-tammy on Oct 24, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... must be fate, so we soon grabbed tickets for the game and I got a bit parochial and bought a Boca Juniors shirt to join in with the other five hundred manic supporters beating drums, blowing trumpets to welcome their arrival. When they arrived it was unbelievable, girls screaming, paparazzi, drums beating…continuous chanting the team song, made for a memorable first night (more so even being 12 floors up we could still hear them chanting 6 hours after ...