Bonarda Hotel

Uspallata 840 , Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, CP 5519, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star 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

    The Andes: "Barrier Of Spears"

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 03, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... the mountains.

    Now we start to view serious mountains,I am talking between 4000m and 6000m high,with Aconcagua, the country's tallest at 6800m or there abouts. As we travel our mini bus is swallowed in the giant triangular slabs their pointed peaks layered in thick snow like white spear tips.These do not feel like friendly mountains they look sullen and menacing,sharp and angular,you would not want to be alone here as the threat of avalanche feels real,indeed we ...

    Time to get into the heat!

    A travel blog entry by idan_linda on Feb 04, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... the home town of Gonzalo, a friend of Idan. Here we experienced the true rhythm of Argentina. Friday night for food around 22, then continue with some drinks. Saturday asado in the mountains. Gonzalo´s family has a house in the mountains close to Cordoba. The location is amazing! Great view over the mountains and next to an amazing river. We drink, swim and eat the whole day. In the evening we are back in Cordoba and ...

    Stuffed

    A travel blog entry by megdoestdf2010 on Dec 27, 2013

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... a different way and that's how you know what's inside. Steve's didn't always look like Aurora's but it was good for a laugh and they tasted the same.

    After empanadas we made pastelitos, little pockets of dough filled with jam. In this case ours were filled with quince, a specialty of the region. The pastelitos are folded into little stars with the jelly in the middle. They are deep fried in olive oil that is produced on site. Out of the fryer they are ...

    Feliz Navidad!

    A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Dec 14, 2013

    11 comments, 27 photos

    ... food for a couple of vegetarians! (Thanks to the Rough Guide for the information)

    Having visited Malargue several weeks ago on our way south, it felt like coming home as we retraced our route in the opposite direction. Once again, the multi-coloured layers of rock on the surrounding hills kept us enthralled as the Disco ate up the miles. Also keeping us entertained, was the spectacle of a web of cracks progressing across our windscreen, the result of a stone thrown up ...

    Day 37 - Wining and Biking

    A travel blog entry by kittysheeran on Nov 04, 2013

    21 photos

    ... warmly and is chatting away in spanish, and then brings us over some lemonade and Ryan jokes if there's alcohol in it. We drink that whilst we wait for our taxi and talk about their pet parrot who could say 'hola!' Next thing we know, Mr Hugo brings us a bottle of wine to take away! Gosh he was such a nice man!! He gave us all a hug and double kiss and ensured we were safely on our way. He was an absolute legend and everyone should rent their bikes from ...