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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... greetings (age rumoured to be in the top quartile of the tour), before either a leisurely swim or gym session if you were seeking to work off some of the previous week’s excesses. The downside to that was seeing one of the octogenarians coming into the gym for a workout, and then being unable to lift the weight he had pumped, seemingly without breaking sweat. We jumped on the bus looking forward to sampling a different liquid, and on arrival at Club ...
... days for processing and then would have to pick it up at a local currency house. I walked around the city a bit Sunday afternoon, found a spot with wifi and got the transfer requested as well as running some other electronic errands that needed tending to. Once back to the hostel it was nearing dinner time and I ran into Jack and Jared, a couple of Australians, that I had met briefly the night before. It wasn't long before the entire group from the happy hour ...
... of the park and went to check the prices. It cost 290 pesos ( 24 USD) for a 12 hours trip to Andes mountains to see Aconcagua peak, the city of Las Cuevas just before the a Chilean border at 3150m altitude, Puente del inca and the Potrerillos dam. We took up the tour which will pick us up at our hostel tomorrow. We went for dinner at the local burger joint, Kingo. The burger cost 23 pesos ( 2 USD) with 3 fillet of beef and cheese. It's ...
... across the best hostel on our trip. After a day of washing, shopping, booking bus tickets and chilling outside on the warm roof terrace we got to cook dinner and enjoy some free red wine. The hostel had lots of activities and tonight's was an empanada making course for $20 pesos - bargain. This lovely old Spanish lady taught us how to make the mince filling and the dough. Over here they are able to buy pre-made circles of the pasty to use but she ...
... rock flows. Other parts, though, had a feel more like the Red Planet: dirty red rocks, and jagged cliff faces, with no vegetation or animal life anywhere. After that, we descended into lush green slopes and valleys, and finally past a beautiful lake, which formed the highest point of the Rio Mendoza. This feeds some of the water down into the huge valleys of the Mendoza region.
We reached the capital by about 5pm, found our way to our slightly grubby hostel ...