Dakar Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsDakar Hotel & Spa Mendoza
Good location, helpful staff. Barking dogs. Wine in Mendoza are excellent.
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... final rapids, so despite the freezing water Rach, Jo and I jumped into the river and swam downstream. Unfortunately the boat was faster than me and suddenly the other two were back in and the boat was pretty far down so I ended up getting picked up by the raft behind ours instead! I have never been so cold in my life but it was so much fun! We also got a great cd of photos for $10 which made us ...
... kind of a factory but carried on since it was unlikely for the milonga to be there..so we walked and walk ed to the main road..bought chewing gums..Danke..Tschus..that is it. still no tango place.met few Arabs..else quite quiet.Trams.they have trams. hmmm..where the hell is it?stoped few guys who looked at the map.Ocho tango?what?but you have to walk over the bridge,walk down.. yap!so we walked and ended where we started! the milonga was where we ...
... whilst we were waiting for our luggage which we agreed to. He then proceeded to walk us to the taxi rank and told us to join the queue, rather than actually being a taxi driver himself, but still demanded a tip before leaving to go rip off the next tourist! It's unbelievable what people expect tips for on this continent. You also have to tip the bus driver for putting your bags on the bus and then again at the other end when they take them off! By now we were both a bit fed up ...
... how good this was Richard asked if I wanted to share a glass of their Icon wine just simply named Luigi Bosca and thought why not they have been awesome so far. We had to wait a while for the wine to open up but when we finally tasted it was magnificent. Twenty four months in new french oak and 60/40 Malbec/Cabernet Sauvignon. At only $200 a bottle it could be a steal but I think I might need to be a little more wealthy. But the reward in 20-30 years would ...
... terrified of horses and all but never the less bit the bullet and somehow managed a full day of horse trekking on a massive caramel coloured horse called bibota (big baby). Bibota would not do anything I asked of it, no matter how much I talked to it and patted it, no way. It did however walk very very very slowly and was happy enough to plod along after the others which was more than ok with me. ...