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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... here as we were all seated in a group of tables together with a large group of Argentinian men who were on holiday together - don’t often see that at home. Most large groups of men would be downing beers in the pub together or at a football match swearing at the ref! Anyway, sitting around the tables we were given 3 different tastes of wines from different vintages which was again very different. The wines weren’t our favourites but we loved ...
... and destroyed the hotel. Although we were returning to Mendoza, we had one last stop to make: lunch. We pulled into a parilla restaurant and ate our full of grilled beef and goat (no intestines thankfully!) and drank our way through several bottles of wine that the guides had brought and left chilling in a cooler on the front seat. Or, let me rephrase that: the whites were chilled nicely, and the reds were at a better temperature. After all, we're not ...
... parked in a service station carpark, in between both sides of a busy motorway eating chicken nuggets and complaining about the noise.
Things we have learned.
1.Koreans bow in gratitude when they accept a coffee
2.The spirit of Christmas can be found anywhere in the world. Even crime filled, bag robbing, corrupt policing, economy drowning, ******* filled Argentina.
3. You dont need turkey to have a good Christmas dinner
... be of a certain standard and sold for $35 (£2.50) I tried a couple and can definetely recommend having this at a nicer resturaunt -the first one I had was produced from the fridge -it was not good! I had heard about bike tours of the nearby vineyards and was keen to partake. The guided tours on offer all seemed pretty expensive and I was pretty sure we could tailor our own. With a little investigation we found a bus to take us to Maipu, one of the largest areas ...