Travel Blogs from Mendoza
Victor, our driver from yesterday pick us up about half six and takes us to the bus station. There are several bus stations in town and it was proving difficult to be sure which one we wanted, so hiring Victor seemed a safe bet. We arrive with three quarters of an hour to spare but it's a huge depot and there is no information. I try speaking to …
We took the overnight bus from Buenos Aires to Mendoza on Sunday 5th and arrived in Mendoza at around midday the next day. Bus transport in Argentina is hugely popular (mainly because they have ripped up all the railways that Mike's great-grandfather had helped to build across the country) and the bus stations are as big and as confusing …
We arrived in Mendoza in early afternoon and it was such an inviting city. Lea immediately delcared that she liked Mendoza better than BA only 5 minutes into the walk to our hotel. Me, i´m on the fence. Mendoza is a smaller town and definitely a more relaxed pace of life; but they´re both wonderful cities for different reasons. Our first day in …
... restaurant near the square as we saw the Aussies loitering about round town as they had checked out early of their apartment too. We then returned back to the hostel and Steve went for an early evening meal before we headed to the bus terminal for another one of our famous night bus rides. Meanwhile Kerry was far too excited about the fact she had tickets to go to tomorrow land, a ...
... taken to the local cave (when we jumped off the horse I was bit worried tht he is going to kill us) where we would crawl on our four to see one very early paintings and few spiders on the wall.
The view from the outside of the cave was splendid. I lit up a cigarette, smoked for a while, enjoyed the fresh air and the happiness of now. The moment of quiet when each of us felt it yet we did not talk there was no reason.
Then I was getting bit excited so I ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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