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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 …
... 3 different wineries in this very pretty part of the world.
We left Martin's office and began our ride through the town. Our first stop was at a homemade artisanal food place. Here we were able to indulge in dips and spreads, jams and some liquors, and some of our fellow travellers sampled the homemade absinthe at 11am!
Back on the bikes we rode on a very busy road for about 20 minutes to the Carmelo Patti winery. This winery is owned by ...
... to say hello, and I'm British.......painfully, painfully British. What's wrong with a firm, but friendly, handshake? Maybe some non-threatening eye contact and a wave? Not likely around these hot blooded latinos. So, taking a 'when in Rome' mentality, I threw myself into this particular custom and began kissing all and sundry. Friends of friends, waiters, English teachers, no one was safe from my over-zealous embrace and kiss combo.......until we had a meeting with a ...
... worth any more of our precious vacation time so we left. The small town of Maipu near Mendoza city is supposedly packed with olive oil factories, gourmet food, and of course wine. It's recommended to ride a rental bike to each vineyard, but I'd be hesitant to do so given the nonexistant shoulder and heavier-than-comfortable traffic. We drove, and tasted, rather than drank, our way through town. The first place we tried to go to had a well-described deli at Almacen del Sur. It ...
... things such as an Intercambio language exchange on Mondays, a phonetics class on Tuesdays, another Intercambio at a bar on Tuesday nights, an Argentinian cinema class with Adriano on Wednesdays, and a conversation class on Thursdays.
Actually I didn’t really enjoy the formal lessons in the first few days and I was thinking I would leave after the end of the first week even though I really loved the other aspects of the school. The main problem was that I ...