Gran Hotel Uspallata

Address: Route 7, Km 1149, Uspallata, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Route 7, Km 1149, Uspallata.
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      Travel Blogs from Uspallata

      The juice is not worth the squeeze

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 23, 2014

      ... enough residential streets to make us wonder if we had gotten the right one. At the mall we watched the 3rd Hunger Games. Rach was really excited and really enjoyed it. I consider it a bit pointless. As seems to be the norm now the last book has been unnecesarily split into two films, so nothing really happens in this one. It's a pretty cynical move if you think about it. ...

      Wine. Barrels of wine. And some of Argentina...

      A travel blog entry by maroline on Jun 04, 2014

      ... a great experience. We are three times at the Casa del Empanadas and fed stray dogs hotdogs. Next we fly down south to Bariloche for a week in the snow. And so the birthday boy can snowboard to his little heart's content. Bariloche: Wow. Just flying into Bariloche was stunning... We check into our cool little studio apartment and then go for a walk into the town. It's so beautiful. Bariloche sits afront a massive lake with jaw-droppingly gorgeous snow-covered mountains ...

      Surprise parades, Wine and spa time

      A travel blog entry by keithandkim on May 10, 2014

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      ... as far as the eye could see to the start, people were still lined up getting ready to parade down the streets. This being the longest parade we have ever seen, we decided to stroll down the now open shops and watch the parade as we did. This was a poor choice as we moved to the end of the parade, as the last to walk the route were the legions of fire fighters, paramedics, forest fire fighters, lake patrol and on and on. With the absence of floats at ...

      This is nightlife

      A travel blog entry by ppgontour on Apr 04, 2014

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      Today was the last of our working days this week. Up early we headed off to our hospitals and unfortnately found out that the strike was to continue for another day. With a lack of patients in both hospitals we all did something a little less dental: Misha was improving her Spanish skills (and knowledge) and attended some lectures at the paediatric hospital. Aliza and I saw one emergency patient and then followed the dentists on call in the hospital to attend to ...

      The Stone Sentinal

      A travel blog entry by erucci on Jan 24, 2014

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      ... providers. All of the day trips boil down to two options: a long hike (to Confluencia) or a short hike (to Laguna Horcones). The hike to Horconoes is only about 15-20 minutes over a very easy trail, I wouldn't even call it a hike. Doing Confluencia makes for a fairly long day (our entire trip was nearly 12 hours), but the overall hike was great and the views definitely made it worth it.

      We also stopped at Puente ...