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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... whether we had signed up for a Spanish dubbed version or Spanish subtitle version. The first scene confirmed our suspicions and we walked out, laughing at our own misfortune! The next show was at 1am, so we got a refund and determined to see the film got another taxi to a different complex. Success! We celebrated with a Oreo McFlurry. Having got home at 2am after the film, we were knackered and glad that instead of horse riding (due to the weather), we ...
... I signed us up of a private tour of three vineyards for tomorrow, which included a lovely Argentinean lunch. My treat. The little stipend Eldon gives me every month comes in handy from time to time, and it’s fun for me to treat.
We wound up at a nasty place for pizza, but by the time we got there neither of us could have cared less. We just needed a little food to get us through to ...
... 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 ...
... to sober us up a bit before we took the bus make to Mendoza. The sun was scorching and the 37 degrees heat certainly got to your head. He also gave us a bottle of cabernet sauvignon when we left as a thank you for choosing his company which was produced just a few meters from his rental shop. We caught the bus back to Mendoza and one of the sister/brother hostels were putting on the BBQ party. We decided to join in as we couldn't be bothered too cook and heard it was ...
... we've made friends with in hostels. One day in Mendoza we were walking around the supermarket and a woman walked up to us curious to find out where we were from and where we had been. The conversation ended with her offering to give us her telephone number and saying if we needed help with anything then to get in touch with her. We are forever coming into contact with kindness and warmth from the people who live in this beautiful country. When you ask directions from a security guard ...