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Dinner last night was not much, Breakfast this morning even less.
We had a good laugh this morning though.
When I got dressed I noticed that my pants were getting loose and said to Gylls that I should have followed Jenny Craig instead of going on this trip, it would have been cheaper... she had a fit of laughter.
We had a …
The flight to Mendoza was only 1.5hours long and we arrived safely a little delayed. We got a taxi to our hotel and only just managed to squeeze in with all our baggage! Carol lost the circulation in her feet after having my bag on her knee for 30 minutes!
Our hotel was outside the city of Mendoza in an area called Lujan de Cuyo. It was a …
We had a day off today, walked the town, sipped coffee on a terrace,
watched the world go by, did some shopping...
in other words we relaxed while our organizers cleaned and tuned up our cars and changed the oil :-)
In the evening we all went to a very nice restaurant, run by French people, and had the best meal yet!
Mendoza is located at the foothills of the Andeas Mountains and is a city of roughly 1 million people. For a variety of reasons – its size, layout people, plaza's, coffee shops and excursions it is a favorite place of mine! It wasn’t always this way, however. On the morning of the first day, I wandered around town thinking whatever were …
Mendoza: Day Two, The Remise Tour of Upper Echelon Wineries 7-29-10 After day one bicycling through wine country in the Maipu area, Lucy and I hired a remise (a private vehicle with a driver/guide) for a day of touring at more expensive wineries, the type of wineries whose wines we could not afford to buy at home. The hotel recommended Javier …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aconcagua Mendoza
Rooms are small and a bit old fashion
Bathroom is real small, The bathtub has no closing mechanism so you have to take a showers but the shower sprays all direction in and out of the bath tub, the toilet handle has to be giggled after each use in order to stop the water from running.
No space to set dowm our toileteries bags
Overall defenetely not a 4 stars
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