Gran Hotel Premier
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to taste any wine... But oh no, they didn't hold back!
After a long day of exploring (and wine tasting), we both fell asleep on the way back to Salta... Being awoken when the tour bus pulled over on the side of the road... Errr, what's going on?! Turned out there was something wrong with the vehicle, and seeing as we were the only non-Spanish people in the tour group, we had NO clue what was going on... The bus ended up pulling over properly on ...
... landmark 3,384 metres above sea level and the highest point on the trip.
A part from enjoying the view, everyone was touching a large piece of stone - and almost praying to it. I was just about to ask 'why' when someone from the group came up and explained "it's a magical stone, if you touch it it will give you good energy". Well I wasn't going to miss out on that ...
We also drove along 12km of straight road that many believe was originally constructed by ...
... morbid experience; especially when Jack insisted on pretending there were undead hands grabbing my shoulder all the time! One of the ex-presidents (Sarmiento's) family tomb is here, as is the more well-known-to-us, Evita's (which took forever to find). Walked through the Japanese Gardens on the way back to our hostel. It was so peaceful/tranquil:) We are going out tonight-it's got to be done when in BA! Bars/clubs here are open until 10am as people don't tend to go out until midnight. ...
... surrounding wineries and long stretches of grape fields. With a whole group we biked from one winery to another testing good Malbecs. Yes I am a fan! And for late lunch we even got to see the sun. After 4 wineries and pretty tipsy we finally got to see the panorama of what makes Mendoza special: the Andes mountain range that rises up steep right in front of the city. Oh how I had missed the mountains and being out in the nature! The next day finally was sunny and I ...
... on the balcony looking across the vineyards for sparkling rose and blind taste testing of different red and white wines.
As the peloton headed off to the next venue – a micro-brewery, at least 20 minutes ride away – we garnered a far bit of attention. I’m not sure if it was the wedding dress, the princess outfits, the fact that there was 25 of us, or the fact that we had no volume control and a slight less than full control and co-ordination on ...