Huentala Hotel Boutique
Travel Blogs from Mendoza
I went on a day trip out of the city to see the varied landscapes of the region and the mountains The trip continued towards the chile border,unfortunately we did not see the monument that symbolises the union between Argentina and chile as the road was closed We then had a meal at a small family home before returning back to the city
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 …
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 …
This was my first full day in mendoza. The city as artificial rivers underneath all the streets. The Mendoza region is basicly a dessert. All the cities and towns are artificial oasises. I went to look at the various plazas, including indepencia which is the main street in Mendoza. The city as many plaza including sanmartin, espania, Italian and …
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 hd 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 …
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