Algodon Wine Estates & Champions Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We did nothing today, went back and took a nap for couple of hours and had a nice steak dinner at Eros with Veronica. Make sure to leave few days for such unexpected delays, I was told sometimes they have to close the border up to week or so if the weather doesn't change. The flight from Mendoza to Santiago costs 330 USD one way last minute. Not quite what we are prepared to pay. Hopefully the border opens ...
Despite not having planned it all, I crossed the border of Argentina after leaving Viņa del Mar to go to Mendoza. Although I have wanted to go to Argentina for years now already – mostly to finally eat an original Argentinean steak – I did not intend to go there on this trip. Nevertheless, plans change, and who knows when I will come back next time?!
Also, given that I was invited by a friend and accommodation ...
... all abandoned helmets, repairman David had tired of his role as the fixer and gave a lad a seatie. Hidde and I became distracted with a roadside pup, while the police picked up half of us. Two hours after they closed, we screeched up to Mr. Hugo's place, it seemed there were quite a few clients ****** and tardy. He saw the funny side, then produced a bottle of red for each of us after we explained how every chain came off! Regrettably, we drank our wine on the bus back to ...
... everyone concerned. More photographs were taken; it seemed that every single person in the town wanted to be photographed with and kissed by us!
Next stop was the Bowen winery (named after Albert) and we were taken on a quick tour of the factory, followed by a wine tasting. We didn’t get to taste much of the wine unfortunately, because more speeches followed and more presentations were made (vintage wine and champagne this time) ...
... headed to our hotel. We came around the side of the airport and low and behold - grape vines growing alongside the road - they are serious about their wine here! A quick ride through the city, and we were at our hotel. Mendoza is much smaller than Buenos Aires, and not nearly as tall and chaotic - more homes with lawns, lots of shops and restaurants along the streets.
After we checked in we were on a mission to find some food, ...