Gran Hotel Uspallata
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... approach to life and it is highly infectious.
Taking a video of the whole experience was a young Chilean man called Andries Fritz a mix of indigenous mum and German dad.A Colombian couple and a young couple from Buenos Aries completed the count of our little group,all of us on this excursion for the same reason to witness the majesty of the Andes mountains.
The Andes run down the Western spine of South America forming a border of rock that protects ...
... central and they offered fresh crepes with Dulce de leche for breakfast. The city was nice and lively. Off course we went on a nice wine tasting tour which gave us great scenery views of the landscape and mountains surrounding Mendoza. The wines were all extremely tasteful and we have learned some more about the flavors and grapes! Malbec is for example a French grape and the meaning is bad grape! But ...
... joined us!
By this time we were done. The rest of the day included lunch, nap, more wine tasting at Club Tapiz, followed by another great dinner. Tomorrow we leave wine country and fly to Bariloche, known as the Argentine Lake District. We are staying at an estancia, or ranch, and are looking forward to some physical activity for a change. Hiking and kayaking sounds good after our days of decadence here in Mendoza.
... warmly and is chatting away in spanish, and then brings us over some lemonade and Ryan jokes if there's alcohol in it. We drink that whilst we wait for our taxi and talk about their pet parrot who could say 'hola!' Next thing we know, Mr Hugo brings us a bottle of wine to take away! Gosh he was such a nice man!! He gave us all a hug and double kiss and ensured we were safely on our way. He was an absolute legend and everyone should rent their bikes from ...
... stuff happened in
those couple of weeks, so we decided to fill it with some of my
pointless ramblings. I would say sorry but I’m not.
** Yes that’s right I am pretty much number 8. With maybe a bit of 3 and tiny
dash of 2. When I asked Sarah, she thought that out of all of them she
was probably closest to number 10!
For Mendoza we took the advice of a couple we met ...