Los Condores Hotel de Montana
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... opted for an Argentian Steak, which was cooked in some sauce. I assumed would be like the one I had in the Tango place in BA but it just came out with this thick sauce on top that overpowered any natural steak taste. Disappointing then.
In the evening we three caught a local bus to the mall on the outskirts of town. The bus seemed to go around the world ...
... here after the tour. And he doesn't take much convincing. We buy a bottle of their Torrontes and have an amazing lunch overlooking the vineyard and the picturesque mountains. I never want to leave and wonder if I can just climb into a barrel somewhere. But after a few hours, we get on our bikes (a little more wobbly than when we arrived) and cycle home. Some random dog runs with us the whole 5kms back. Bloody fit animal... Piatelli spoiled us for the other vineyards, but it ...
... event as we had no idea it was even happening. We watched as the local people started walking the parade route in there school groups, clubs, teams and so on. After standing in the cold and on and off drizzle for an hour we decided it was time to get some hot coco and maybe some lunch. We ducked into a place that had a great lunch menu, and settled in for a warming drink.
By the time lunch was finished, it was now hour 3.5 of the parade and it was ...
... bit too thrill seeking for us but we all managed to stay in the boat. It was such a great experience and we all recommend it to whoever is in Mendoza looking for some adventure! We all agree this will not be the last time we do white water rafting! After we dried off and got back to the main site we had a nice big lunch (better than Carlos' food!!) and lounged in the sun- perfect way to end our adventure experience. On to the next adventure! Aliza ...
... reds to the cliff faces. The hike back is obviously the same views, but at least it is a gentle downhill so you aren't too exhausted.
We also got lucky and saw guanacos on the drive in, and two juvenile condors at the park entrance. We were told the condors were especially rare, and while they were only juveniles they were still massive birds.
When researching how to visit Aconcagua we considered a number ...