Amerian Executive Mendoza Hotel
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... a hotel! They seemed to really pick and choose who stayed, so it was practically empty and every day we enjoyed beautiful fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs... all prepared by an Italian chef, for an inclusive never ending buffet breakfast with real coffee and the most delicious dinners. We slept in renovated Champagne vats, that although small were very cosy (unfortunately no champagne!). We met some lovely ...
... the bike rental and museums. Than we walked to the center but the heat was quite "attacking" us. But still we went for Plaza Independencia were a big monument is in combination with a glorious fountaines one of it the water is reddish coloured. As so many people were killed. We had a lunch and looked around for a wine tour we maybe would like to do. Back at the hostel we had a time out as the heat really knocked us ...
... Malbec. The city itself is busy but small enough to feel like a small town and has a nice friendly atmosphere. We also got lucky with a hostel that makes crepes for breakfast and in the evening you get free wine! Free wine!
The free wine was wine that you can only drink (and we certainly did drink) because it's free. The real wine experience is done by touring the vineyards of which there are numerous on the outskirts of the ...
I'm going to write this one in reverse time for maximum effect. You'll see. But first the answers from last night's quiz.
1. Nottinham is pretty much in the middle of the fattest part of England, and slightly to the north.
3. Bangladesh would be country 2, and India country 1.
4. 15 (debatable)
5. Denmark (debatable)
6. The UK owns a road through the middle of Cyprus, but entry by either country is an ...
... of the Ozzies announced it was her partners birthday & a bottle of bubbly was produced for us to taste. We then moved onto vineyard number 3, called Bodega Caelum, which is a family run vineyard that only started producing wine in 2009. Before that it had sold grapes to other vineyards. Again a quick tour of the production area brought us into the tasting room and we were treated to 4 different wines my favourite (and the best of the tour) was their Reserva ...