Hotel Cordon del Plata
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Our night bus to Mendoza was an interesting experience - safe to say lots of layers would be advised as getting off the bus at 2am at the top on the Andes in flip flops was very cold! All the locals had hats, scarves and coats at the ready but we were blissfully unaware until we were shepherded off to have our handbags searches and passports stamped in a delirious, half asleep and shivering state! Oops! We made it to Mendoza at 6am ...
Mendoza was about a 10 hour trip from Cordoba and its not really on the main tourist route as its a bit out of the way, although a lot of people fly there from Buenos Aires to visit the wine region there.
The whole city is located right at the base of the Andes so the scenery was beautiful. We didn't go on any tours or walks in the mountains though as we have been following the Andes mountain range all ...
... in Oakland! We ate (another) parillada (grill) with morcilla, kidneys, sweat breads, and steaks. YUM! We also decided to be wine snobs the next day and plan own tour of the actual good wineries around Mendoza. The next day we managed to meet up with two other people from the Bay Area, Jeff and Faith, and the four of us selected some wineries we deemed appropriate for a car of four bay area wine snobs. On winery included Archaval Ferrer, which makes the best ...