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... it through the city, watering the trees. The love for trees has been passed down through the generations and each family is responsible for maintaining it's tree. Late afternoon we headed back to the hotel to take advantage of our hotel pool. Much to Jerry's enjoyment we were forced to share the pool with about 20 members of the women's international field hockey teams. He brought a book with him but I think it was only a guise. He had ...
... at a ski resort, which is closed now of course. The chair lift was still operating, and Herman recommended that we pay the 100 pesos ($12) to go up and see the “amazing” panoramic view. What a waste of money. I took the chair lift ride to the top, which was freezing cold and really windy, only to see the same view that we could see from the parking lot I thought it was going to open up and show this amazing mountain ...
We changed hotels as we were a little far away from the city and there wasn't much to do in our area. We planned on looking into some activities but being a Sunday, the whole town was moving a little slow or sleeping. So we walked around the city, got ice cream and a few things from the supermarket for lunch. At 8:15pm Sam decided to go for a quick walk before dinner and said he'd be back by 8:45pm. At ...
Nigel: Our arrival into Mendoza was a disaster! We had happily been relaxing on the bus for 8 hours and it was only when we were almost there that we realised that neither of us had written down any details of the hostel we were staying at so we only had a vague idea where it was. I thought I knew the name and Alison knew roughly what direction it was in but that was a good as it got. Normally we probably wouldn't have been quite ...
... we didn't have enough credit on the card for the return journey. The bus drove through a busy industrial area on the eastern side of Mendoza before turning off into the main road leading to Maipu. With the help of a map we managed to get off the bus in right place and found Mr Hugo's Bicycle Rental. It looked closed though, the giveaway being the locked gates at the front of the property. We rung the bell regardless and then realised we arrived a little before their official ...