Dakar Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDakar Hotel & Spa Mendoza
Good location, helpful staff. Barking dogs. Wine in Mendoza are excellent.
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... smelting site since the pre-Columbian times for gold. Second one is Cerro Tunduqueral, sweeping views and the Inca rock carvings. From here we started to drive an ancient road. This road is unpaved and is for us the road we liked the most as you go now more into the remote area. It was beautiful to drive here in the middle of nowhere and just see only some vicuņas (kind of lama). We had as well a nice view on the Aconcagua, stone sentinel in native language, ...
... the bus window!)
After checking into our hostal we headed into town for some dinner only to find that a lot of the restaurants donīt open till after 8pm! Argentinians obviously like to eat late. We did eventually manage to find somewhere (an hour later)that was open earlier and I had my first Argentinian beer (Quilmes), Sue had her first glass of red wine and we had some much needed dinner.
The next morning we explored the Parque San Martin, a massive ...
... in English, then Spanish, then English and Spanish again. I was the only one there learning Spanish so I struggled a lot but it was fun. Afterwards. I went for a run after school as I needed a pickmeup. It was hard work. My fitness has turned to ****. Oh well. Vale and I went to Don Mario's with a couple of her friends for dinner. It was rated one of the top restaurants on trip advisor so I had to see what the fuss was about. It was next to a big mall so beforehand I shot ...
... trees and plants are watered through this method.Drinking water is now obtained from a nearby man made lake which draws water from the Andes snow melt and it tastes fantastic.
The Jesuits converted the indigenous peoples and through slave and indigenous labour the Spanish who originally only numbered 80 slowly started to develop the small town.The irrigation system soon enabled crops to be planted and the rich soils provided them in abundance and this was traded ...
... lots of samples. Each winehouse charged a mere 30 pesos (with my black market exchange rate that equates to about one pound fifty) for three or four glasses of the best red I have tasted in my life as well as a tour of the winery, introduction to the whole process and to top it off lessons in how to become a true connoisseur. I can´t wait to come back home and be a snob. My apologies for the (understandably) blurry photo´s, it was ...