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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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... staying in a decent hotel. After a quick shower I headed out for some lunch and hot footed it back to the hotel to relax by the rooftop pool!! I had been looking forward to visiting Argentina and Mendoza in particular as a city famous for being surrounded by quality wineries. So I did what any sane person would do and booked myself on to a wine tour, a bike wine tour to be exact. The next day was a perfect day for a bike ride ...
... en Argentine. Pays très accueillant jusqu'à ce que Aurélie me montre du doigt un panneau : "les îles Malouines sont argentines". On comprend pourquoi Jeremy Clarkson and l'équipe Top Gear ont été expulsés du pays en roulant dans une voiture avec écrit "les Îles Malouines sont anglaises" sur la carrosserie... Le conflit est évident et je me suis dit qu'il est sûrement préférable de ne pas mentionner le ...
... get on it. Viv left for bed around 11:30. It's the last time I'll see her now as she heads to Chile and then NZ. The girls got a little teary. Whilst it's obviously sad it is the nature of the Road. Or maybe I'm just emotionally shut off. I know a few girls I've dated would say so! Regardless there are no 'goodbyes' only 'see you laters'. On a related note it looks like Rach's plans have changed so we may be hanging out a bit longer than we previously expected. ...
... a boiling hot trip in Salta’s cable car that day we were going to end our Argentinian experience and make our way to Bolivia via another red eye bus journey (I’ll let Tam report on that ripping journey in the next blog).
Argentina, has many pluses, a vibrant country with a pumping capital, Malbec, Boca Juniors and amazing vistas, just don’t waste your time in Salta! Bolivia awaits (deep breath) andddddd d’uh… ugh… ...