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... a wine pairing. The large stone fire place warmed the room
and the staff was more than friendly. The small gourmet menu included rabbit
stuffed ravioli and spinach cannolis smothered in a seafood cream sauce. The
next night, we had filet and pork with housemade bbq sauce. The wine continued
to the flow and we found room for dessert. Dinner each night was the highlight
of our stay.
... found our way to Plaza Italia and couldn’t believe our eyes. Hundreds of people had descended on this rather petite square with was outlined with booths boasting every sort of Italian delight. That was fun. Although I couldn’t quite understand why folks were lined up to buy pizza in a town/country where pizza is a staple on every single menu we have seen (except one – more later about the sushi).
Friday we did more wandering ...
... na leniwych spacerach, wizycie w carefurze w celu zakupu wina (rekomendacja z przewodnika-maja najwiekszy wybor w miescie), zabukowaniu wycieczki do winnic i uploadowaniu zdjec na bloga (to bylo najbardziej czasochlonne). wieczorem udalismy sie na kolacje do jendego z kilku lokalizacji w okolicy centrum gdzie na przestrzeni 50m znajduje sie kilkanascie parilli i innych restauracj. takie lokalne ...
... know that this was the case before we left and had to bin the only expensive bit of non-plastic cheese we had bought all trip that we had ready for our lunch. The drive down the other side to Santiago was full of hairpin bends with no guard rails the type that Top Gear presenters would drool over, the view was fantastic and there were some huge cactuses near the bottom of the pass. We arrived safely into Santiago with just the night to spend before flying off to Easter ...
... wine making, wine tasting (and wine drinking) we should book a full day tour with the one of the better winery tour operators in Mendoza. We decided on “Trout and Wines” which was a little expensive but turned out to be excellent. The tour visited four of the top wineries in Mendoza, all of which were very different.
It turned out that no one else signed up for the tour that day so we ended up being the only 2 along with our guide and the driver….a private ...