Hotel Risco Plateado Golf & Resort

Paso El Planchon "O" N0 815, Malargue, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5613, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Malargue

Wine O'Clock

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... right variant of the number 10 bus. (All in all, a cycle tour might have been more efficient, but at least we had chance to practise our flourishing Spanish with the locals!)

We tried two vineyards: the first, a specialist in sweet wines (eugh! thought Lynds at first), with a tour of the small, traditional vineyard and winery, Florio, in the company of a pleasant local student, keen to practise her English, and very friendly; the wine was really good too, much to ...

Over the Hills and Far Away......

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller


... We would follow a train line for much of the journey, but it was obvious that it was no linger in use. There were corrugated iron tunnels that had obviously suffered the effects of many avalanches over the years. I later asked about this and it was a passenger and goods train line, but has been inoperable for many years. We eventually arrived in Mendoza in the late afternoon, filed into a minibus and then were ferried to our hotel for the next two ...

Mendoza 19/11-20/11 & 29/11-1/12 day 79-80 &am

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris


... expected to see vineyards as that is what the area is rebound for and the reason we visited. A quick stop at the tourist office we learnt that we needed to take another bus to get to the vineyards. We arrived in the right place and headed to Mr Hugo's bike hire shop. We rented bikes for the day and armed with maps and money of vouchers from the legend that is Mr Hugo himself we set off to explore the local area. Our first stop took us to Entre Olivios, an olive grove farm. ...


A travel blog entry by minicooper


... a hypothesis that the indigenous people were more advanced than they'd previously thought prior to the Spanish colonisation, watch this space.

In the evening we went to the night market in Plaza Independencia, which sells lots of jewellery, handicrafts, dreadlocks and decorative knives...

Maryah - glad you had a good time with Bowie and in Peterborough! I'm sure you'll manage to get some better ...

Wine, wine wine

A travel blog entry by emiliaarn


... more bottle were duly consumed. My bus wasnt til late eveing (as only 10 hours this time) so a gentle stroll aorund the city post sunset was in order, and helped sober me up a tad of course. Then off to thebus station for yet another overnight journey. Only semi-cama this time (half bed), so lets see how the 'i can sleep anywhere especially after a bottle of wine' theory to the test.

P.S. sorry this is so long peoples, no internet no updates. And Bolivia will be even worse :S


This hotel, located on Paso El Planchon "O" N0 815, Malargue, is near Vines of Mendoza, Bodegas Salentein, Museo Fundacional, and Acuario Municipal de Mendoza.
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