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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for Thursday onwards (with no guarantee that the pass will be open). Dearie me. So instead of having 2 full days in Mendoza, we will end up having 4 full days! Which isn't bad, as Mendoza is quite nice, but it does mean that our time in Valparaiso and Santiago will be severely cut short! Oh well, c'est la vie (or whatever the Spanish equivalent is)! Bus tickets in the pockets, we headed to Maipú area by local bus to rent a bike ...
... La Punta Negra. We had seen the dark pointed mountain throughout the hike and had debated attempting a summit. In the end we decided to give it a go the following day and after some hot soup went to bed early in order to save as much energy as possible for the next day's climb. We started as soon as the sun was up and quickly found ourselves on a steep mountainside. There is no official trail however an abundance of animal runs and the lack of trees helped us ...
... of our second dorm outing. As our European quartet walked into the cycle hire yard, who should be there except Carlos and Sara (from Iguazu). We spent a lazy day touring wineries and sampling no less than 9 different wines, with flavours that ranged from smoked salmon to grapes. I explored the possibility of shipping bottles back to the UK, but at US$200 per case, will instead consume as much as I can whilst I'm here. Sorry guys ...
Over the weekend, we moved from Mendoza (the city) to a B&B in the LujŠn de Cuyo wine country south of the city, and yesterday experienced a pretty decent thunderstorm. Big lightning and thunder, heavy rain, and a power outage (...although that happens regularly even on sunny days). What was really interesting, however, were the ongoing booms, almost like artillery fire, just prior and during the whole storm.
... was sufficient and we took another afternoon siesta after lunch, three hours being a little longer than planned.
In the evening we met Jake and Bailey at their hostel where we were joined by another Irish couple, also on an extended honeymoon. We enjoyed some of the free wine which their hostel had to offer along with the fancy bottle of Malbec we had purchased at the winery the previous day. From here we took a taxi into town to the main strip for ...