Los Condores Hotel de Montana
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... very pleasant and polite but I felt like shaking some life and some sense of youth into him,he did not smile once in the trip,not because he was not pleasant but probably because he was French.
It was evident however that I could count on the boisterous and happy Brazilians to provide some entertainment on the way,a group of about 6 friends in their 40s,couples,who were laughing,clapping and cheering at every site that we passed,they truly have as a nation a ...
Bariloche was windy and we had a big urge to get some heat! We took the bus to Mendoza, the land of wine :) this time the bus-trip would take us only 20 hrs and we had a business class bus!
Our seat was leather and it could go flat like a bed! Curtains next to you seat, our own TV And to complete the picture we even played bingo!!!
After a very comfy night we arrived in warm and humid Mendoza. The hostel ...
... old boy reached the summit, making him the youngest to ever reach the top.
Our third winery today was Alta Vista, one of the oldest in the area. They use the old-style concrete tanks and have an underground cave, like you find in France. Emelie, our guide, was actually from Leon, France and had the most beautiful accent. We enjoyed our private tour with her and our extensive tasting afterwards. Even Diego, ...
... and just having a great time! Angie and Ryan are great company and lovely people who are really easy to get along with. Some police arrived to get a drink as we start packing up to go. Angie and I go to the bikes and the next thing we know the bar lady is speaking to the policeman! The boys had gone to the loo, and so with Angie and I getting on our bikes it looked like we were trying to leave without paying!! We cycle back to Mr Hugo's, who again greets ...
... was a celebrity from Kazakhstan, he had taken a motorbike from Alaska to Ushuaia and was heading back up to Quebec! Lili and I returned to the hostel via a two hour walk in the dark looking at the brilliant starry sky and being rejected by hundreds of motorists. An extremely cold couple of hours, we were met by a warm fire, three French tourists and a dance in the ...