Grand Hotel Balbi
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... a map, and then off you went to sample the famous Mendoza Malbec! The only down side we saw was that you actually had to pay for every wine tasting, and you only got to try about 3 different wines. Anyone who has done wine tasting in Australia will understand this as there it is all free and they ply you with every label they have. It is the only wine tasting I have ever done when we were actually sober at ...
... had new years at a different hostel with 4 hostels combined. It was an Asado with lots of free wine and dancing. i ran into a guy i met in Bariloche from Arizona which was cool.
Also this was the final stop traveling with Manon as she was traveling to Córdoba then north and i was going west to chile. Im going to miss the **** out of her for sure.
After Chile i will visit Mendoza again and do some rafting i think, certainly i will be staying at the same hostel.
... which we now understood word for word thanks to our Spanish school) all about his wine that he exports all over the world including London. We then got a free taste of the wine before pedalling to the second vineyard. The second vineyard was quite posh. And we were late. They said that we could still pay for the tour but not get the tour - only the tasting, we decided that we wanted to see at least one vineyard so we skipped it and moved on. Posh gits.
... me to lunch, we wouldn't have gotten stuck in a hilarious infinite loop in a cardgame called $***head.
If I hadn't left right then to go find lunch, Alexa and Charlie might not have been attentive enough to notice me and invite me to lunch because their food would have arrived or they would have been reading the menu.
If they hadn't decided to start drilling loudly into the ceiling of the lobby of the hostel at 2:10 PM, 10 feet from where ...
... I am not a fan of desert wine). I was then driven back to my hostel arriving back just before 5pm sleepy and quite tipsy and it was time for a siesta!!! It was an unbelievable experience and I would highly recommend it to anyone going to the Mendoza area. Even though it should have been out of my price range it was well worth it and I'd repeat it in a heart beat. My last day in Mendoza and after checking out I set off on foot to do a bit more exploring. The main tourist ...