Lares de Chacras
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... I was freaking out a little and after pacing up and down for a while and not being able to get hold of him, I went downstairs to ask reception for help. Luckily, just as I was about to start explaining he walked in the door. He got lost and ended up the other side of town and in the end got a taxi to drop him back. We still went out for dinner after and the streets were packed with people of all ...
... Spanish and decided to do it anyway. The amount would be deducted from any purchase, but we wouldn't be buying. Whilst Maria would understand everything, David would pick up bits and pieces. Little did we know we would be accompanied by about 30 young school kids.
The Cabernet Sauvignon grapes were still grown using traditional methods on 40 year old vines, which are all supported and watered in the old fashion way. After having a look out over the vineyard, we visited ...
Dark & gloomy so didn’t rush out – leisurely breakfast
and packed, then took the tram back to Maipu for some more wine sampling – only
a couple of snifters but it was free and interesting to see Bodegas Lopez in
action, one of the biggest wineries in the country. Checked out another place
but wasn’t excited by the ...
... and on and on. No wonder its people are so happy.
To top it all off, it is smack bang in the middle of the country´s best vineyards (the region produces 70% of the country´'s wine) and you can visit the vineyards and drink copious amounts of wine. Dan did a cycling day tour through the wineries (PRPH readers will be pleased to know that I gave this a miss:)))
The main square, pedestrianised, full of ...
... and they deal with it immediately getting everything fixed, they then give me a bottle of wine for the inconvenience. Fab! I then head out to to have a wander around the city and get some food. Mendoza is a lovely city with tree lined avenues and small plazas and parks dotted around. I find the recommend parilla to have some a very late lunch then wander a bit more before getting supplies from the supermarket. When I get back to the hostel I decide to book a ...