- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we showed her our etickets complete with passport numbers and that we could see our names listed on the computer screen in front of her face - her face looked like a bulldog that had swallowed a wasp - mattered not. It made perfect sense of course: why buy an eticket if not to then create a paper version of it? We couldn't get on the bus without printed tickets - this was her final word. At this point, with time running out, all seemed lost, but fortunately, another member ...
... daily. Drinks and snacks can be ordered at the bar.
Boutique winery tours, trekking and horse riding activities are organized. Excursions can be booked at the tour desk.
Mendoza city is 50 km away.SilverCord B&B is 90 km from El Plumerillo International Airport and a 5-minute drive from Potrerillos lake.
... on a bus that existed to take me to Buenos Aires, never eaten lunch with Charlie and Alexa, and never seen Mendoza's fountains turn into rainbows.
That's why planning too carefully is lame. Let randomness do its work and just go along for the ride sometimes.
Also, as Charlie pointed out, I was going to skip Bariloche and Mendoza because I told him I was feeling pressed for time, so naturally I went to both and spent extra time in Mendoza.
... hesitantly went to book, so I could throw my human body out a plane! By lunchtime I was questioning my sanity and feeling like I was going to vomit - however with the help of my mate Tony Robbins, by the time we arrived at the airfield I was super excited and ready to go. My 'what the hell am I doing' moment came when at 3000m the door of the plane was about to open, where I then had to ...
... of town to the bike rental place. The store was supposed to open at 10 but the girl only showed up at 10.20 - typical Argentinian thing I'm told. Anyway I paid 100 ARS to rent the bike til 7pm. It was a very cute bike, with a flat seat (no sore bum for me) and with a basket in front I could put my bag in. First on my agenda was to go all the way across town again to get to the Salvador Rio Banco - and deposit the money for Turismo Vesa. I was very proud of myself. I had to ...