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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today we set out to explore the wineries of Mendoza. There are over 1000 wineries, also called bodegas, in this area and most are small family-run operations. Most require you to call ahead and make a reservation. Unlike wineries in the States where you can walk in and stand at a bar for a tasting, these places conduct full on tours designed to …
Today we woke up stuffed from our fantastic dinner last night. Argentines eat very late. It was after midnight when we finally finished and that's been the norm for most of our nice meals. When in Argentina...
Our guide Aida and a new driver picked us up right on time and whisked us away to Familia Zaccardi, one of the biggest wineries in …
Our buddy Julio picked us up before 7 and got us to the domestic airport in Buenos Aires with plenty of time to spare. Buenos Aires has two airports and we'll be using both on this trip. We arrived to the international airport last Sunday which is north of the city. All domestic flights leave from another airport that's right near the city center. …
... blocked so she had to call the UK Bank and it was a bit pain in the ass. We waited with her, drunk and getting tired..so she treated us after for a pizza (whohoooo) in Mendoza. Warm evening, you have a dress on, feeling like a queen because it is so warm and you are young.. not bad, not bad at all.
So. The next day we embarked on another adventure. We split. Marketa stayed in Mendoza for onje night with her friend and me and Kata went to Uspallata, place in ...
Mendoza is a world away from the routine and pace of life we grew accustomed to in the Andean parts of South America. Bolivian woman shovelling cement in La Paz, old men shuffling down the street chewing coca leaves in Sucre, and the general hardship of life in one of the continents poorest countries. What we are growing accustomed to now are wide tree lined avenues, big open plazas and a good standard of living. Mendoza city had to be rebuilt in 1861 after it was hit by a huge earthquake, ...