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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... Villanueva, were all the cosmopolitan bars and restaurants are. It has as well a nice garden with a little pool. Yesterday it was here 40 degrees, what seems to be normal for here around this time of the year. At 12.00 o'clock we can check in. As it is still so early in the morning we decided to go to the big city park General San Martin were we can rent bikes. But as it is Monday many things are closed so ...
... 2) From the oak barrel in which the wine sits for 10 months. 3) From a bottle, which the wine is kept in for 10 months before being released for sale. It was interesting to learn about and taste the transformation the wine makes during this process, and also fun to tap the wine from the mammoth-sized tanks. Down in the cellar, surrounded by thousands upon thousands of bottles, we ate lunch of an antipasto style platter, with some bread to soak up yet more ...
... to have checked into the Park Hyatt 5* hotel on the Plaza Independencia (This was the old Plaza hotel and looked totally lush). For me there were 2 highlights in Mendoza. The first being General San Martín Park. This is a fantastic facility over 971 acres of parkland with a zoo, a horse riding school, a big lake, a football stadium, tennis & paddle board courts, a bicycle stadium, an amphitheatre, a fantastic view point over the city from Cerro de la ...
... our country because ,my God,we don't half carry the St George flag with us ,whatever our social class,when we go abroad!,I have heard it and seen it a million times from all nationalities ,one week ago you were saying,”I cant wait to get out of this **** hole” next thing you know you are in Vietnam,craving a “cuppa decent tea” and promoting your country to your new German friends,or if not promoting it ,defending it at the very least. I do exactly the ...
... testers". Apparently this was not allowed and we were lucky to get out of the shop alive, but we smelt great.
Unfortunately Hannah did get her phone stolen in the two seconds that no one was behind her in the queue to put our baggage in the bus. That's three phones down! The long journey to Mendoza, where we had to change buses due to non functioning air conditioning in the ridiculous heat, was a welcome distraction.
We spent our time in ...