El Casco Art Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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We had big ambitions heading into the historic wine country of Argentina, but when we touched base in Mendoza we decided it was time for some r and r. This meant no hostels and instead nice hotels with comfortable beds. Six days of lounging and hanging at the swimming pool. We did get our daily walks in to the local parks and outdoor restaurants and found energy one day for a trip to the vineyards of Maipu. The ...
... me but so far so good). It was right next to a massive lake and lots of trees surrounded us. Cook group went to work on dinner. So far the food has been pretty good. Lots of carbs mind u, as we are eating sandwiches for lunch and pasta for dinner but the portion sizes are not massive. J and I are trying not to snack on the truck too. As this seems to be a habit with many of the crew. I’m sure though we will end up doing it on 11 hour drives. ...
... feel obligated because everyone's doing it? I'll give each of those variants a paragraph. There are obviously more reasons, but I think just getting the ball rolling thinking about this will get other balls rolling towards thinking about those other reasons. I would say that if you are taking pictures for memory, they won't be the best quality. Maybe you'll point the camera at your dinner, or your hand, or your sweaty shirt after you take it off. ...
... the snow capped foothills of the Andes are revealed living within their own chapter of the day and below the layer is another chapter ,the still lake and the multi coloured rusts of the trees that blend like glass and gold.A long slatted wooden jetty makes its way out into the lake its old wooden creaking brown planks damp with the mornings mist squeak and groan underfoot.Excited like a child I run to the end to get a brief moment by myself to take photographs before ...
... t even roll down their window without comfort that you were insured. Unfortunately I hadn't planned to have an accident that day so I couldn't just whip my insurance details out of my back pocket. So I had to endure a walk down the street to find a wifi connection to pull them off the Internet with my left arm hanging limply in front of me. At this point Lucy rushed back to town and after searching the numerous hospitals (it's only a ...