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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... is big and you really feel it travelling around, its beauty, its soul is a multitude of so many different landscapes, people, cultures: now I understand why there are so many travellers, hostels etc.
Long way back to Mendoza and to our hostel. We all felt asleep, but so happy for the beauty we have seen. We were driving on the longest highway in Latin America: 40.000Km long connect all the main cities south to north. As not enough, all of a sudden, I could see 2 big ...
... plate along with the restaurant's freshly baked rolls and a salad provided an excellent lunch and we managed to chitchat the afternoon away.
Top notch service, facilities, food, vino, company and conversation all contributed to making Mendoza one of my favourite places on the trip. (PS I have taken internet images as it wasn't really the type of place to take photos!)
Five of us headed out to the hills to do ...
... Rio de Janeiro was all about beaches, day trips, caipirihnas and warm sun. in Peru we experienced quite heavy rains so this was like a God send. We listened to the sounds of samba on the Ipanema beach, visited the local bar with live music and walked on the empty Copacabana beach early in the morning before our flight to Argentina. In Rio we also met group of 3 Argentine guys with whom we kept in touch and later on met in Buenos Aires for a dinner.
So now, Argentina. ...
... like a travel brochure isn't it....). Blessed with perfect weather for the first few days, we took in the sights around town such as the famous cemetery, obelisk and Eva Peron related "stuff" in between downing sweet-delicious-cold-crisp-perfectly-bl oody-awesome Quilmes beer, ice cream and oh my - local steak.... No marinade, sauce, garnish or anything required here, they cook it on the grill and before you know it you're in meat ...
... produce from their home area of Italy, with food, wine and music and a wonderful atmosphere. Our guide, Anna, is Italian on her father's side and Spanish on her mother's so she has the best of both worlds.
She picked us up at 9.30am, accompanied by Hannibal our driver, to take us on our first winery visit to the Kaiken vineyard. It was very interesting, and obviously very nice to try the wines too although we ...