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- Swimming pool
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Arrived at 11am after a 14 hour bus journey. The journey was extremely good, we got two great meals. The seats turned into a bed and all the seats had screens between them. I will take some pics on the way back. The service on the long distance buses is first class Having arrived in Mendoza, i checked into my hotel which is very nice and centrally …
Today I decided to go visit all the civic area. On a Sunday the city is completely dead. It was nice. None of he shops were open. The only shops that were open was a few of the coffee shops and restraunts. I decided to go back to the San Martin park area. I did see the stadium and a few of the other sites. I didn't get to go inside the stadium as …
The tour was not until the afternoon, so I had a little sleep in and then went window shopping for a little bit before going back to the hotel ready for the tour I was picked up at the hotel for the wine tour, i didn't realise that there are over 1000 wineries in the Mendoza region. Ranging from the very small to the large wineries that export …
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