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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Carollo Mendoza
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... 8221;. We laughed for a good 10 minutes. Genius!
Back to the Hostel, quite drunk, tired but so bloody happy! Another amazing day spent in Mendoza. Good stuff.
Day 3 – Super early wake-up: 6am!
Ready for the Argentinian Andes. Still dark outside. Sleepy. The same tour guide of the wine tasting. I’m trying to learn Spanish and I got that “ciao” is when you leave, when you meet someone is “ola”. Too sleepy to apply the rule: ...
... off! When we got back Carlos had made us a really tasty dinner. We somehow all managed to find room for seconds even after all the pastries! After dinner we went for a walk to 'walk it off'. We went and had a look around the casino, and it was Aliza's lucky night! Her 10 peso bet (equivalent to less than a £1) made her 120 pesos! Ice creams on you tomorrow Aliza! Misha x P.s: Sorry about the lack of helmets dad, they really don't do health and safety ...
... festival in Belgium. It was going to be a 17 hour journey to Patagonia to a town called Bariloche. This is known as the switzerland of Argentina and carries the name Lake District because of its beautiful scenery. We had the cama bus booked again so we were able to have a decent nights sleep, this one was a fairly nice bus with James bond on dvd in English. See you in ...
... used cul-de-sac, but this road was the main road in and out of the city. Imagine driving down the A421, turning a corner and seeing the lights of trucks and cars coming at you on both sides of the road, your only option being to drive on the dirt verge to avoid wiping out a horse mounted Boney M tribute band (and presumably angering God quite a bit). Add to this the fact that the procession had lured the locals out to stand on this dirt verge and had ensured ...
... noticed it was full of debris and fuzzy floaties; we opted not to go in further. There isn't a lot of room to set up "camp" and relax, or get off the beaten path, or get away from the many school children. Who, by the way, kept coming, and coming, and coming. By the busload. We were only there 1/2 hour, and four buses turned into 8 in a hurry. Total thumbs down to this place. TripAdvisor has a lot of similar reviews- believe them all. Not worth the drive, not worth the ...