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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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... for my body and I developed a fever during the bus ride that left me half out of action for the first two days of seeing Andy. Typical timing after spending 8.5 months in fairly good health before meeting up with him. I was lucky in the end as a v.high fever for 2 days was followed by no blocked up nose or throat so I got off lightly.
We spent our time in Mendoza sampling various parillas (meat feasts) and going on a short bike ...
... a shark fin slicing the clouds , skin so smooth that the snow cannot cling to it,the fin swims at the head of the pack ,magisterial and tyrannical overlooking all its subjects.
A stop at a ski resort releases the tension and we all pile out,the Brazilians practically jumping out and they are like kids seeing snow for the first time,laughing and screaming as they jump and frolic in the deep drifts.Snowball fights are soon breaking out left ,right and centre,group ...
... our hand luggage. We then got right back on that bus and headed off the Mendoza. At the Mendoza bus terminal we departed ways with our Israeli friend and went to get cash out. We all had problems using our travel cards to get cash out. However Rach got some cash out on her kiwibank card so we could catch a taxi to our hotel. Once again we got scammed - paying 300 ARS for the ride which is ~$44NZD ...
... clay-like mud sucked my flip-flop off and I went shooting backwards, arms flailing wildly, scattering tomatoes, it did cross my mind that this wasn't quite the idyllic picture I had imagined when we had booked the place.
By late afternoon, the rain had stopped so we got on the bikes and headed off. No more than 30 minutes into it, the chain came off Andy's bike and jammed in the frame, no amount of pulling it would shift it. We started to walk back and just at the ...