Microtel Inn And Suites

Address: Uspallata 840, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5519, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Uspallata 840, Mendoza, is near Puente del Inca (Inca's Bridge), Ischigualasto, and El Dique de Ullum.
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Travel Blogs from Mendoza

Around Mendoza and New Years Eve

A travel blog entry by hans.francis on Dec 31, 2014

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31 December 2014
Second day of driving. We like to go to Maipu and Valle de Uco. Those places are known for it's best of Malbec in those finest wineries. Beside of wine there are also olive oil producers. We visited the olive oil producer "Pasrai" and the biological wine producer "Bodega Familia Cecchin", www.bodegacecchin.com.ar. Both were very interesting and we enjoyed it a lot especially the tastings! The wine of Cecchin is even ...

Mendoza, Argentina

A travel blog entry by megankate on Nov 16, 2014

We changed hotels as we were a little far away from the city and there wasn't much to do in our area. We planned on looking into some activities but being a Sunday, the whole town was moving a little slow or sleeping. So we walked around the city, got ice cream and a few things from the supermarket for lunch. At 8:15pm Sam decided to go for a quick walk before dinner and said he'd be back by 8:45pm. At ...

Mendoza again!

A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on Jul 07, 2014

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... on the top drinking mate before coming back down. It was our last night so I had to have another asado. Instead of buying wood this time a searched around the back of the cabin and found plenty of dry branches to use. I ended up oversalting the meat a bit but it was still good. Asado de tira is my favorite cut of meat here. It is pretty much just beef ribs that have been sawn perpendicular through to bone. So you end up with a long strip of meat with bones throughtout. ...

Back to Argentina....AGAIN!

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on May 02, 2014

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... trafficking. We saw macaws with wings cut by previous owners, pumas meowing loudly in a spooky tone and isolated elephants without tusks. Rescued monkeys were swinging freely among the trees, protecting their territory. A lot of the cages are small and the animals inside were pacing or trying to interact with us. There are two elephants but they are different species, one African, one Asian, so they are separated. They both seemed bored and lonely. ...

Real World Argentina: Transportation Edition

A travel blog entry by abbeyking on Mar 01, 2014

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... were going into the city. Then, as soon as we had made it to our hostel and dropped off our things, it was time to head back to the bus station and figure out how to get to Tununyan for our wine tour.

It was around 1:00 and we had to be there by 3:00 pm. The first ticket counter we went to told us that it was impossible to get there before 3:00 am the next day, for it was a 13 hour bus ride....uh, what? Well, turns out there is a big difference between Tucuman ...