Modigliani Art & Design Suites Mendoza
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... paper-work, recording what has been done, seems to become more important than what it records. Students’ records in the registrar’s office are often kept in safes and vaults, but not so the books in the library–unless extremely rare or dangerous. So, too, the administration building becomes the largest and most impressive structure on the campus, and faculty members find that more and more of their time for teaching and ...
... in a parking lot by a casino. The Esplendor slightly failed to meet the high expectations of some of the grandees, and this was later exacerbated by the sight of the Grand Hyatt in the centre of Mendoza, but at least we all had their own rooms. Or so we thought, but the sight of Señor Norton in one's room was soon forgotten as the first Argie C******nay and Malbec blends of the tour were supped. We also had our first introduction to something called steak. I think it will catch ...
... to get riding again. We had a fantastic final night in Mendoza at the Tibet House Hostel with a barbecue (roast goat, and Matt ate some goat brain hoping it would give him super powers!), lots of wine and great company, including the owner Karma who has led a rather fascinating life including filming Seven Years in Tibet with Brad Pitt - it was filmed in the Andes near Mendoza - and making his own wine, amongst many other things Headaches all round ...
... We made friends with Momo the hostel cat who seems to like cuddles.
Our first day we went to the Alta Montana, a classic tour that many tourists do. It takes you along the road to Chile, which is very scenic, right up to the border and then back again. Our first stop was at Uspallata, a small town that looked like it belonged in Switzerland. We stopped in a coffee shop that was in a little wooden chalet. We had hot chocolates and ...
... upper floor at the back and the dorm beds were in main area where the kitchen and common areas are. There were many people checking in and out today and the hostel looks pretty busy. We were not tired so we went out in the afternoon to walk around the city centre. It's Sunday and many shops were closed. In. Mendoza, they also have a siesta time from 1pm to around 4pm so during these hours, the streets are deserted. On Sundays, it's really very ...