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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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... 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 ...
... of town to the bike rental place. The store was supposed to open at 10 but the girl only showed up at 10.20 - typical Argentinian thing I'm told. Anyway I paid 100 ARS to rent the bike til 7pm. It was a very cute bike, with a flat seat (no sore bum for me) and with a basket in front I could put my bag in. First on my agenda was to go all the way across town again to get to the Salvador Rio Banco - and deposit the money for Turismo Vesa. I was very proud of myself. I had to ...
... lessons so put on mine music and danced.it felt gorgeous.he had few tango classes..but he felt it.perfect. after we sat and chatted and laughed a lot..Veronika and Andres joined us..Andres brought us a beer..what a life!after we finished we put some make up on..understand-me and Veru:) and grabbed our shoes and off we went for milonga at Plaza Doreggo. confesion: i WAS nervous.Totally.Heart beating fast.Sweating.This is serious stuff.Tango in Bs As.aaaaaaaa. people were ...
... orientation of the city or map and was on dusk. I bit the bullet and tested by spanish with the taxi driver and amazingly ended up after driving through the streets wondering if he understood my directions or if I was to end up in some unfriendly neighbour hood. From what I could gather he suggesting that he take me to the hostel where I change usd into pesos to pay him. This all worked out fine and it was time ...