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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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... of the Andes and semi-arid, but it has a climatic temperature profile similar to the Napa valley - hence the possibilities for producing great wines.
It is dry and very warm here!
With all the shopping done we headed back out to the downtown centre (about 9 blocks) where we discovered Plaza Independencia and strolled the area until finding a place to eat. "La Florencia" was well recommended in ...
... brisk cycle down the road and on to the next vineyard. More tastings, more wine! Our last day in Mendoza, before catching our night bus to Buenos Aires, was spent exploring the city. The huge park that sits just west of the city centre is beautiful, with the Andes rising up immediately. We did a bit of shopping, had a coffee, and generally just chilled, whilst keeping our distance from any opened bottle of Malbec! Oh, until the coach ride. We just couldn't ...
... hostel just before 9am on the Wednesday morning. Our tour guide Jose spoke perfect English (apologising for his American accent!!!) and myself and 2 Australian couples headed off for the day. Our first stop was at Bodega Largarde where we were introduced to an employee of the winery and brought through the manufacturing process right from harvest to labelling & onward sale. The amount of information that we took on board was unreal. A test that the tour guide told us ...
... expecting autumn. And all these after 2-5 glasses of champagne from Chandon (the 1st winery visited) before even the mid day... Magic! After all we had a great day but did not learn a lot about the wines unfortunately... Then we rented a car and drove around to see Aconcagua - the highest mountain in the world... outside of Asia. The drive to the target were in fact much more spectacular then the view to Aconcagua itself. At ...