Modigliani Art & Design Suites Mendoza
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... just as you want it. Mine was so blue it nearly mooed and wandered off to find some grass to chew on! Delicious, or disgusting for some - sorry to all the vegetarians out there. Our Palermo wonderings included yet more raincoat searching and a purchase at a ridiculous cost, as well as a stop at the LAN office to get our flight check-in sorted out for Rio which was happening all too soon! We then just had to get back to the apartment to finish our last bottle ...
... fairly easy to carry as the weight balances each other out but the shoulders start to niggle after a while. Mendoza is a surprisingly beautiful little city and we feel good being back in what seems like a nice civilised place. We arrive at the hostel, check in, dump the bags and go for a walk to find groceries. I knew of a supermarket down the street which turned out to be shut, so we walked a few long blocks into town and checked out the closest ...
... produce such amazing quality wines. Paddy borrowed a hat for the day... The 9th was a dedicated wine day! We toured 4 vineyards in Lujan de Coyo, tasting a range of delicious wines and seeing a massive range in vine growing and wine making techniques. Pretty tempted to give superyachting the boot and start working for an old winery... Very boozy day, and each vineyard offered a different angle on tasting exercises. Must come back to the outskirts of ...
... to buy nail polish and lipstick. They have three foot deep gutters, a real hazard after too much wine!!
By now it was after 7.30 and we headed back to our accommodation quite weary. Reception said there was a surprise on our upper terrace. They had lit a fire, scattered white rose petals, supplied champagne and red shawls. It looked so lovely and romantic. We ordered some empanadas and sat in the calm, cool evening, just enjoying.
Bed at 11.
... the driver where I was headed. He looked at me incredulously. "Maipú? MAIPÚ??" I said yes, and he looked at me suspiciously. "You know that's 30 km away, right?" (And a lot of other stuff in Spanish that I didn't catch.) He shrugged his shoulders and roared off...it was right about then that I realized this might be one of my less brilliant ideas. He leaned waaay over to check out the gas tank meter and odometer. Like, so far over that he was ...