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TravelPod Member ReviewsArgentino Hotel Mendoza
A bit nicer than we need, but good. Rooms not huge, and AC a bit loud, but front desk staff are extremely helpful and the best part of the place.
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With a 9am flight, we had a painfully early start to get to the airport on time. Cab ride to the Aeroparque is nice from Palermo and we were plenty early. Flying cattle class on Aerolineas Argentina sucks. Status would be nice. Anyhow, no complications on the flight and we got to our hotel with a 70 peso remise (expensive I think). Super nice desk …
... was so good! There are photos of each course and they were all delicious. We got tipped off about a wine tasting event in the Sheraton Hotel back in town, about 50 bodegas offering their finest wines for all to try. We brought ourselves tickets and tried not to look too much like tourists, working the room and trying a lot of wine! We were dedicated wine students, ...
... about 35 degrees yesterday and its getting hotter) we
went to the indoor food market, picked ourselves up a picnic and went to the
Independence Plaza. The guidebooks warn you that although it is beautiful,
really well trained pick pockets and petty thieves operate there. Good job I
read up on it as on the edge of the park we stopped at a bar and sat outside, I
took some pics of Maddie and put my camera on the ...
... everything by 9.8! Score! The Australian couple I met on the bus decided to come with me to my hostel to stay there for the night. We went out for dinner together and had an amazing steak! Then played a few games of pool and table football followed by a few shots of absinthe. It was the hostel owners request!! I couldn't have said no!
Absinthe seemed like a very very silly idea the next morning when I had to get up for my exclusive wine tour. As you can imagine in a famous ...
... headed off to our first bodega. On arrival we were greeted by a French couple, we would end up spending the rest of the day with them. An in depth tour of the distillery and a few explanations later we were tasting the range on offer. I enjoyed most of them but more importantly I was discovering what my favourite type of red wine would be. We cycled to the next bodega tried eight more wines including Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot grapes ...