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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... after a 2hr delay we boarded another plane and our journey to Mendoza was underway.
Mendoza is renowned for its wine, more specifically its Malbec, and being self-proclaimed wine connoisseurs it made perfect sense for us to log this as a destination to explore. We also decided we would spoil ourselves in 5 star luxury and booked 4 nights at the Diplomatic Hotel to unwind and enjoy our last option for room service. Once we checked in we set off to ...
... and hired a couple of bikes, grabbed a map, and set off. I wish I knew a little more about pretentious wine tasting but really they all tasted pretty good! Lots of Malbec because that's the primary grape grown in the area, but some Sauvignon and a couple of Syrahs. We went to two different vineyards, and did a tour and tasting, and an olive growing place, and rounded it all off in a wine bar with ...
... what a great way to end!) Lots of hugs and kisses later and promises of adding the whole office on Facebook so they can follow our travels- we left the hospital with everyone's good wishes (bueno suerte) At home we soaked up all the sun we'd missed out on yesterday with everyone lounging around the garden. John and I actually swam in the pool, it was freezing but then again nothing is as cold as the ...
... 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 ...