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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s such a tourist spot most people knew
what we were looking for and pointed us in the right direction. After lunch we
were picked up at our hotel for the wine tour to the nearby wine area of Maipu.
The first winery was a very large establishment which gave us a chance to try
the white wine called Torrentes and the local red wine called Malbec. We
... if they are not going. Our guide offered to translate the tour for me as he spoke some English and for that, I forgive him for missing the stops. ;) Don't forget your shades, The sun rays at 3000m seems a lot more glaring. I found my eyes difficult to focus and was struggling to keep them open. Bring boots for snow, if not they will take you to the rental shop in Uspallata to rent them for 55 pesos. Have fun and enjoy! We had a great day ...
... I thought "Why not?!" and made my way through the Andes to visit the city of Mendoza.
The entire region is basically famous for 2 things; wine and high mountains, the latter of which I am especially fond of. And although it was quite a detour to go, I really believe that it was worth it as the countryside has a lot to offer:
Sheer endless roads running through the desert-like landscape, blue skies ...
... some ice cream for dessert, it was so yummy and massive- no hope for us losing weight on elective :( Madeline had already walked around the streets near our house so she gave us a personalised tour after dinner. I think we are already in love with Mendoza! Tomorrow, Lara and and I will be heading to one hospital and Misha is off to another (specialising in paediatrics) and Natalia will be accompanying us all so we get the hang of things- it's a short bus ride away to both hospitals. Aliza ...
... over and over again to call him if we had any trouble with the bikes....so we were obviously going to have some trouble then!!!
Stopped off for some alfajores and then cycled off to the wineries for a tour and some tastings. When we got back to the hostel we headed straight for the pool where we joined Sinead, Paul and Ian (who we met previously in Bariloche) for a nice chilled bottle of white wine and some ...