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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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... is the give-aways and reductions. For example, in Buenos Aires we bought a bus ticket and got a free bottle of wine, today we bought 2 jumpers and were given another bottle of wine. A bag of mints, clearly marked 15 she gave to me for 5. Herbal tablets to take back as requested were marked $126, the receipt said $126, Norman handed over the correct money and we got $6 change. Please note, I am NOT complaining, just pleasantly ...
... nearly 3 hours in boring queues at the border. There was none of this **** when the General Lee was around. We eventually arrived in Mendoza by early evening. Vineyards stretching for miles told us we were well and truly in wine country. Leaving the bus station we managed to walk in the wrong direction several times before giving up and hailing a cab, our on-foot navigation needs work. I knew we were onto a winner with the hostel when they told us there was free ...
After last night's long dinner we needed sleep. But as they say, there's no rest for the weary. And when our alarm went off at 8AM we were definitely weary. Today's adventure involved wine tasting with a tour group. We were with three other people who were all delightful. Heather from the UK who goes around the world testing students for their English aptitude and Dan and Eva, a couple from NYC who were on quite an extensive vacation. Our first stop was ...
... because it was a public holiday. It seems that because of the holiday tomorrow most people from Mendoza have left the city.
The streets of Mendoza were particularly quiet, more so than during siesta. We did find a few restaurants open on Avenida Samiento, the pedestrian street. We chose a restaurant at random and unfortunately its steak was very average to say the least but as a consolation the wine was good.