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... see, so we constructed our own little walking tour, with the wine bar cleverly scheduled around 11am (in order to be followed by a leisurely lunch). Having stuck to the "schedule" we arrived at the address, only to be told the bar has shut down. Oh no! So if you are ever in Mendoza, and you've read all the rave reviews about Vines of Mendoza, don't get too excited. I'm sure the reviews were ...
... Jack Danaher went on before his holiday to South Africa. I really needed to put gel in my hair because at that stage the hair on the sides of my head had started to grow quicker than the top. I began to look like an abbott so I had to do something. Found this wax for $10 which I was sure would do the trick but like the rest of them it has been useless. Went to bed early because we had to be up at 10am for the wine tour the next ...
... You saw, but did not really look.
It seems that we notice through a double process in which the first factor is a choice of what is interesting or important. The second factor, working simultaneously with the first, is that we need a notation for almost anything that can be noticed. Notation is a system of symbols–words, numbers, signs, simple images (like squares and triangles), musical notes, letters, ideographs (as ...
... from the vine in late summer to stress the vine and concentrate energy to the smaller remaining portion of the crop.
After an interesting tour and a very engaged tasting, we bought a bottle of champagne (yes, they're an old enough winery they can call it that), which we ended up enjoying back at the room with some carryout food for dinner. Heavy sigh.
... to midnight was an adventure in itself, but we were finally rewarded after consulting a policemen and made it back to our tent at around 2am, exhaustedly falling into a deep sleep. That was to be our last night's sleep at the campsite. The next day we woke with sore heads, packed our tent into our bags and headed into town. Our new home in Mendoza was the Chill Inn, located in the centre of town this hostel had a pool and really nice veranda and was run by an ...